Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 3, Scene 12 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 12 Summary

Cyrano contemplates how he will be able to detain De Guiche for a quarter of an hour. He devises an idea and climbs upon the balcony to wait.

Act 3, Scene 12 Analysis

Cyrano does not seem distracted by the wedding taking place inside Roxane's house, and busies himself with the task at hand. He has either resolved himself to the impossibility of winning her for his own or loves her so much that he wishes only to see her happy.

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