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

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Act 3, Scene 3 Summary

Roxane tells her Duenna that she is not to tell Cyrano about what she has done. He would never forgive her making him miss his war; she then calls Cyrano out of the house. Roxane and the Duenna head to the neighbor's door to hear the reading. Before she enters the other house Cyrano tries to get her to divulge what she might next be expecting from Christian. She tells him that she wishes for Christian to improvise his talk of love at their meeting, but she makes Cyrano swear that he will not share any information with Christian as she does not want his conversation to be contrived.

Act 3, Scene 3 Analysis

Cyrano is interested in finding out what she expects of Christian so that he might better help him to woo her. He is also delighted at her request and the opportunity to let...

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