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by Eugene Ionesco

All around him, the people of his town are being transformed into rhinoceros. Berenger struggles with the pressure of conformity, trying to decide whether to join the townsfolk or fight them in this absurdist drama.

Characters: Berenger, Jean, Dudard, Daisy, various rhinos

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The Meaning of Life in Ionesco's Rhinoceros
http://www.drama21c.net/writers/ionesco/meaning.htm
This student essay theorizes that "in his play, Rhinoceros, Ionesco reveals his fears about the savagery latent in the human heart and also, through the character of Berenger, projects himself and his own struggles into his drama."
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Author: David Dunson
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