Author(s): Arzu KUNT
Eugène Ionesco, one of the foremost playwright’s of the Absurd Theater of 1950’s has subverted traditional forms in terms of content and style. Ionesco brought innovative, unusual forms in his works reflecting particularly themes of lack of communication and alienation within a dreamlike framework. In this study, the meaning of proliferation of language and objects has been studied in plays such The bald soprano, The Lesson and Rhinoceros. We have tried to examine how proliferation can be the internal dynamic of the selected texts.