Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 3, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 6 Summary

Christian is devastated by his mistake and begs Cyrano, who has reveled himself, to help him. Cyrano does not want to take on trying to rectify the terrible situation Christian has put himself in of his own accord. Christian claims he will die if Cyrano does not help him and suggests that they speak to her through her balcony window. Cyrano is still reluctant and feels that Christian does not deserve Roxane's love or his help; but he relinquishes in the end to help him fix things with her. He tells Christian that he will hide and cue him while he stands in the front of the balcony and "speaks" to Roxane. Cyrano then sends his, still present, pages to either end of the street, as lookouts to play a warning tune if anyone is to arrive on the street to catch them...

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