Cyrano de Bergerac - Study Guide Act 3, Scene 7 Summary & Analysis

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Roxane appears at the window inquiring of the person below to reveal himself. She is annoyed to find out that it is Christian; she tells him to go home. Christian, prompted by Cyrano sputters out a line to her and she, who is just about to close her window stops to listen. Christian continues to speak the words fed to him by Cyrano and Roxane becomes more and more interested in his conversation. She is interested but notices that his sentences are staggered with many pauses and offers to come down so that they may speak more freely. Trying to avoid this disaster Cyrano takes Christian's place at the balcony, speaking low and staying in the shadows so that she will not see it is him or recognize his voice. Cyrano convinces Roxane to stay at her balcony and they continue to banter. As he...

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