Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 2, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

The fist thing that Cyrano asks Ragueneau is "What time is it?" He is quite emotional and distracted by the upcoming meeting with Roxane. Ragueneau congratulates him on his wonderful fight at the Hotel de Bourgogne. Cyrano does not even recall the fight as he is so distracted. Again, Cyrano asks Ragueneau the time. Lise, Ragueneau's wife notices a wound upon Cyrano's hand as he absently shakes hands with her. She asks him what it is from and he replies that it is nothing, just a scratch. Ragueneau is curious about the cut on his hand but Cyrano is not interested in discussing it; his only worry is that he will have privacy when Roxane arrives. He asks Ragueneau if this can be arranged. Ragueneau tells Cyrano that his poets will be arriving shortly and Cyrano tells him to have them clear out...

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