Cyrano de Bergerac Essay | Cyrano DeBergac

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Cyrano DeBergac

Summary: Essay explains a critical point in the book "Cyrano DeBergac."
In the play Cyrano DeBergac, Cyrano, Christian and Roxane always want what they cant have. They listened to there brain instead of their hart.

Cyrano's love for Roxane is something she could never return. His looks and society put up this boundary for him. This boundary brings down his self-confidence and does not let him strive for the stars. Yet with Cyrano it is not windmills that take a challenge to his love for Roxane, it is looks. Society puts up this boundary, because of the stereotypical couple; a good looking person to be going out or married to a person who is just as good looking. This also is something Cyrano wants, but cannot have. He wants society to look at him and to not judge on the out side appearance. For Cyrano, Christian's looks is what he can never acquire. When Cyrano is beneath Roxane's balcony...

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