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Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 1, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Scene 2 Summary

The start of second scene focuses on the arrival of Christian De Neuvllette and his friend Lignière; followed by Ragueneau, aspiring poet and famous chef, and Le Bret, friend and supporter of Cyrano. The house begins lighting the chandeliers, signifying that La Clorise will soon begin. Lignière begins introducing the handsome Christian to various dignitaries and friends of his, many of whom comment on Christian's good looks. Christian and Lignière converse about Christian's, true love, from a distance, who is yet to arrive, and who he has obviously come to the theatre to get a glimpse of. The chef Ragueneau then enters and Lignière converses with him and introduces him to Christian. Ragueneau wonders at the absence of Cyrano De Bergerac and the men discuss the possible trouble to follow if De Bergerac arrives to find the actor Montfleury taking the...

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