Cyrano de Bergerac - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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De Guiche, Valvert then Montfleury enter the hall in this scene. De Guiche is seen leaving Roxanne's box with his entourage and the gentleman De Valvert. They exchange pleasantries with some of the marquises and then De Guiche announces that he is leaving for the stage. The marquises follow him as do a large group of others. Christian catches a pickpocket trying to steal his money; the pickpocket tells him if he does not turn him in he will tell him a secret about his friend Lignière. Christian agrees and the pickpocket tells him that his friend is in danger and that Christian must warn him. Christian, although loath to leave Roxane, exits the hall in search of his friend. It does not seem that Cyrano will be coming to the play, however, when Montfleury takes the stage, a "voice" is heard...

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