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Cyrano de Bergerac Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Scene 4 Summary

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Act 1, Scene 4 Summary

The occupants of this scene are the same as the last, with Cyrano's identity fully revealed to all present, and the entry of Bellerose and Jodelet. Montfleury begs the Marquises to put an end to Cyrano's raving, but Cyrano will not back down. The crowd tries to side with Montfleury, so Cyrano turns on the spectators, telling them to be quiet. Cyrano finally frightens Montfleury enough that he leaves the stage. Bellerose then takes the stage only to be told, by the audience that they want Jodelet, who then joins Bellerose. Jodelet speaks to the audience, who are calling for the return of Montfleury and the start of the play. Bellerose complains to Cyrano about having to return money to the patrons, and Cyrano responds by throwing a bag of gold onto the stage. Jodelet and Bellerose pick up the bag and are very happy...

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