All Over The Mold Soprano Analysis

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Ionesco put his focus on the tragedy of language. In fact he bothers the audience with the disintegration of language, which is one of his main targets of this play. All over The Bald Soprano can be analyzed as a parody where the author mocks about the universal bourgeoisie which, to reveal a dehumanized mankind which became spiritually seen empty. Therefore Ionesco used the language as an important implement to highlight this dehumanization. In concrete the language of the Smiths and Martins is indeed old fashioned and dry adding slogans and a lot of simple expressions. The more the couple continues to talk to each other, the less they communicate with the result that the language disappears itself: that means that mechanical phrases return into senseless sentences and finally lead to meaningless words together with pronounced chaotic sounds. At the end, the characters getting totaly frustrated being unable to communicate due to the very reduced and primitive level of their used vocabulary rather than simply chatter or permit a stylistic and sophisticated language style combined with the typical grammer of the English language. Ionesco therefore provoked the audiance to become aware of the tragedy of human communication. Ionesco illustrates this mess of…show more content…
The Bald Soprano is a master example respectively a masterpiece of this genre. Unlogical sequences of combouned sentences are great elements in the play, meanings or expressions that seem to be nonsensical and words put together by pure coincidence. The conversations are purposely full of cliché to make clear the meaninglessness of everyday talks. The play is performed in a surrounding of a seemingly very "realistic" middle-class English living room; Ionesco set contrasts inasmuch as the content of the play contains many "unrealistic" things going on. Time, for example seems to either not exist at all or be repeated in an endless
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