Throughout the play, while everyone around him has transformed into a
Men aren’t so bad-looking, you know. And I’m not a particularly handsome specimen. Believe me, Daisy. (He turns.) Daisy! Daisy! Where are you Daisy? You can’t do that to me.
[... … …]
Oh, well. Too bad. I’ll take on all of them. I’ll put up a fight against the lot of them, the whole lot of them. I’m the last man left, and I’m staying that way until the end. I’m not capitulating.
For full monologue, refer to this script edition: Eugene Ionesco, Rhinoceros, Samuel French, 1960, pp.128-131.
More about this monologue