In Rhinoceros in Love (Part 1/3) I noticed this passage: “Malu: That’s right! People have standards for testing eyes and ears, and if they fail them, they think that they’re disabled, which influences their work, whether they go to university, even their attitude about life. There are many colourful terms to describe disabilities of the eyes and ears: blind, deaf, colour blind, but there’s no such term for a disabled nose. A stuffed nose only describes the symptom of a cold, which can be easily cured with some Sudafed. A competent, outstanding nose has never received any attention.”
I think that this passage is significant because it is a snapshot of our culture. I don’t know if it will be significant for the rest of the play, but I found this description to be interesting so early.
Source: Rhinoceros in Love (Part 1/3)