Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 1, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Scene 5 Summary

Roxane's Duenna relays to Cyrano that Roxane wishes to see him in private. Cyrano is overcome by the news that the woman he loves desires a meeting with him. They are to meet at Ragueneau's shop at seven o'clock, in the morning.

Act 1, Scene 5 Analysis

Roxane's Duenna announcing to Cyrano that she wishes to see him in private sends him into emotional ecstasy. It is clear that he hopes that Roxane wants to see him because she shares his romantic interest. This hope is not deterred by Le Bret who, seeing greatness in his friend, believes that Roxane could love him in return, further he encourages this notion in Cyrano.

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