Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 2, Scene 7 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 7 Summary

Cyrano does not move after Roxane and her Duenna leave the shop. Ragueneau asks him if he and his poets may come back into the shop area. Cyrano tells him yes and as they return Cyrano's captain, Carbon De Castel-Jaloux, enters the shop, obviously looking for Cyrano. The Captain tries to lead Cyrano off telling him that his presence is requested outside, but Cyrano will not leave with him. The Captain goes to the door and tells the crowd that Cyrano is not in the mood to join them. Shortly, Cyrano's fellow Cadets enter the shop, followed by, his friend, Le Bret, a Burgher and a large crowd of Parisians. They are all anxious to speak with him and congratulate him on his heroic fight against the one-hundred men, the remainder of which ran off in fear after he laid eight to rest. Le Bret...

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