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To what dramatic movement did Ionesco belong?

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The main character in Rhinoceros changes from a state of apathy to a state of what?

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In the years before World War II, Ionesco left what country on account of its anti-Semitism and conservatism?

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According to members of the Theatre of the Absurd, what had replaced the significance of love and humanity?

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As a way of understanding its morbid ideas, the Theatre of the Absurd encourages the audience to respond in what way?