As V for Vendetta begins, Rosemary Almond is the quiet, timid wife of Derek Almond. When V murders her husband, Rosemary is denied a pension from the government, and risks falling into poverty. Desperate to survive, she’s forced to use her beauty and her sexuality—first turning to Roger Dascombe (who may or may not be propositioning her sexually) and then working as a showgirl in the Kitty Kat Killer Club. In the end, Rosemary turns on the Leader, the man responsible for denying her a pension, for revenge.
The timeline below shows where the character Rosemary Almond appears in V for Vendetta. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Book 1, Chapter 6: The Vision
After the sermon concludes, Derek Almond walks to his car, accompanied by his wife, Rosemary Almond. Two friends, Conrad Heyer (from the Eye) and Helen Heyer, Conrad’s wife, greet the... (full context)
Book 2, Chapter 2: The Veil
Book 2, Chapter 14: Vignettes
Book 3, Chapter 1: Vox Populi
Book 3, Chapter 3: Various Valentines
Book 3, Chapter 6: Vectors