Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 2, Scene 11 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 11 Summary

The Cadets, who are still outside, look into the door to see if Christian is dead, they are surprised to realize that he is not. Lise's Mousquetaire seeing his chance at getting back at Cyrano for his challenge to him and his insult to Lise earlier swaggers over to Cyrano and insults his nose; Cyrano begins beating the Mousquetaire and the Cadets are delighted that he has returned to his former self.

Act 2, Scene 11 Analysis

The Cadets are baffled by Cyrano's strange behavior, which again shows how much he was willing to go against his own nature for the love of Roxane.

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