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Return to Book Page. E’il ritorno alla pantomima, ai valori didascalici e parodistici della pantomima e qui Ionesco – sembra impossibile – si incontra con Brecht’. Dalla Prefazione di Roberto De Monticelli PaperbackCollezione di teatropages. Published by Einaudi first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Il rinoceronteplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. But after a recent reread this play remains very enjoyable, and that’s quite something.
I’m not a fan of the absurdist theatre in the line of Vian and the likesbut in this case it really works. And so many years after its publication it can also be read as a sharp critique on the rampant consumerism everywhere. View all 4 comments. L’absurde, c’es pas pour moi.
Maybe it was the version I saw, but this play bored me. The first half was good, the dispute as to what kind of rhinoceros it was Indian or African was very funny and the stiff upper lip refusal to believe what was actually happening was amusing too. But then the second half started and I was bored to tears. It could have been the dire acting of the protagonist but aside from that the second half tended to shove the meaning of the play down the audience’s throat.
I got the play and the metapho Maybe it was the version I saw, but this play bored me. I got the play and the metaphor is very interesting but I feel the play is better to be studied rather than put on stage.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This review is for a school assignment: In Ionesco’s “Rhinoceros”, a small French town oonesco invaded by Rhinos!
These horned beasts stir up quite a bit in the town, including what type they are, if they cause a problem, and eventually Below are spoilers, so read on only if you dare! Ionesco was assigned to our AP class, and I had heard that the story was pretty wild, so I was rinocerpnte. But after reading the story, my excitement has been drained. Much of the This review is for a school assignment: Much of the written play was pages upon pages of rambling that led to nowhere.
When I was reading it, I never felt any strong rinocreonte I never felt any fear, love, disgust, or the like. I was simply reading because it was assigned. The lead character Berenger was lackluster in my opinion- he allowed his friends to rudely talk about him and his vices, allowed himself to never fight for the girl he liked, and only finally took a feeble stand against the wave of rhinos at the very end.
While he was witty and the banter between him rl other people lent some relief to the dull conversations, I still was never feeling any emotions toward his story. I feel that the main idea of bandwagon in the story was strong and interesting. I thought it was especially interesting when Daisy began to believe the songs of the Rhinos were melodic, an interesting way to illustrate people ilnesco to support the meaning and actions of a movement.
The use of allegory and hyperbole were strong, creating an interesting plot, but the dry writing took away from the exciting ideas behind the story. I would rate this book 2 out of 5 stars. While it was an okay read, it shows historical importance and has literary merit, but I would not read again to recommend for a friend to read. Not original enough in message, not absurd enough to stress the dark humour I see referenced in other reviews.
Je ne suis pas sure d’avoir tout compris, mais j’ai bien aime l’humour absurde. I think I’ve never read something that weird before!
Somehow, I had never gotten to read Ionesco’s “Rhinoceros”. To be honest, I was disappointed: I really wanted to like this play, but it is not of Ionesco’s best.
Read it in high school. Maybe I’d appreciate more as a more mature adult.
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