Rhinoceros, and Other Plays Quotes

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"Jean: [interrupting him] I'm just as good as you are; I think with all due modesty I may say I'm better. The superior man is the man who fulfills his duty.
Berenger: What duty?
Jean: His duty . . . His duty as an employee, for example." p. 7

"Logician: Fear is an irrational thing. It must yield to reason." p. 10

"Berenger: [continuing] I'm conscious of my body all the time, as if it were made of lead, or as if I were carrying another man around on my back. I can't seem to get used to myself, I don't even know if I am me. Then as soon as I take a drink, the lead slips away and I recognize myself, I become me again." p. 18

"Housewife: He [her cat] could almost talk—in fact he did." p. 32

"Botard: I'm sorry, I don't mean to offend you. The fact that...

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