Rhinoceros, and Other Plays Topics for Discussion

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In "Rhinoceros," what is the significance of the number of horns the rhinoceroses have? Why do some have one and others two?

In "Rhinoceros," what is the relationship between Jean's personality and his transformation into a rhinoceros?

In "Rhinoceros," what does Daisy represent and why does Berenger ultimately have to part ways with her?

In "The Leader," what is the significance of the leader's lack of a head?

In "The Leader," what does the Announcer mean when he says that the leader does not need a head because he has "genius"?

In "The Future is in the Eggs," why are Roberta and Jacques's offspring eggs?

In "The Future is in the Eggs," the family lists revolutionary as a possible occupation for the new off-spring, but are outraged when Jacques suggest they might be anarchists or nihilists. Why?

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