Cyrano de Bergerac - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 10 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 10 Summary

Finally, he tells the rest of the Cadet's to leave to be alone with Christian. He tells the young, handsome Cadet that he is Roxane's cousin and that she is in love with him. Christian is overjoyed by this news and hugs Cyrano. Cyrano tells Christian that he is to write Roxane and tell her of his feelings but Christian cannot do this, he is not up to the task and is not able to speak or write well to beautiful women. Cyrano then gets the idea that he will do the writing for Christian and they will not inform Roxane of their charade. Christian thanks Cyrano and the two embrace on their pact.

Act 2, Scene 10 Analysis

Christian does not realize that Cyrano is in love with Roxane and that he wants to write the letters not so much to help Christian but to be...

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