Cyrano de Bergerac - Study Guide Act 3, Scene 4 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 4 Summary

Cyrano calls to Christian and he enters the scene. Cyrano tells him he has gotten information from Roxane at that he knows exactly what to do to prepare him for their meeting. Christian declines this invitation. He has come to feel that it is time for him to attempt to woo her on his own. Through Cyrano's letters he believes she loves him sufficiently for him to remove Cyrano from the picture now. Cyrano tries to tell him that this is a mistake but he will not be dissuaded.

Act 3, Scene 4 Analysis

Christian is beginning to feel left out of this love affair, realizing that what is really happening is that Cyrano is wooing Roxane through Christian. He feels that if she truly loves him that she will not need the deep poetry to be won.

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