Cyrano de Bergerac - Study Guide Act 3, Scene 10 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 10 Summary

Roxane re-initiates the conversation of the kiss. Cyrano, having a change of heart, proceeds to convince Roxane to accept the kiss. He is, again, successful and once her permission is given, he sends Christian to climb up the balcony to collect his prize. Christian has last minute doubts, but Cyrano pushes him to go, even though it does nothing but cause him pain to witness their joining. He laments "Roxane kisses the words spoken by me!. . ." At this point, the monk returns again and Cyrano pretends that he has just appeared running to her house and calls to her for Christian. Roxane and Christian come down from the balcony as the monk appears at the back.

Act 3, Scene 10 Analysis

The audience, at this point, must wonder at Cyrano's insecurity and fear that is so enormous that it allows him to let Christian claim...

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