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Essay | The Powers of Cyrano

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The Powers of Cyrano

Summary: Essay discusses the character of Cyrano in the novel "Cyrano de Bergerac" by Edmond Rostand.
In the novel Cyrano Bergerac, Edmond Rostand creates a dynamic in Cyrano. Cyrano possesses an abundant number of traits including intelligence and courage. Throughout the novel the character uses these skills to his advantage to demonstrate his morals and principles to the reader and other characters. Even though his principles are not socially accepted, he believes in them which makes him who he is and what makes him a dynamic character.

Cyrano's intelligence allows him to outwit his enemies and gain respect from society. Without his intelligence, Cyrano wouldn't be even close to what he is in the novel. He wouldn't be the "most delightful man under the sun" as said by Le Bret or the great "poet, swordsman, scientist, musician," as said by the crowd. While Cyrano is dueling with Valvert, he makes a poem and talks about how poorly Valvert insulted him by making...

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