Can Ionesco's Rhinoceros be seen as a study of European history through the individual mind?

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Ionesco was not interested in political or even historical themes—this play of proliferation, like his “The Chairs ,” is a dramatic visualization of the existential warning of losing our individuality by submitting to “rules” that aren’t...

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