Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 3, Scene 13 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 13 Summary

Cyrano does not have long to wait as De Guiche soon enters the scene, masked as promised and feeling around in the dark for Roxane's house. The dark and the mask are making it very difficult for him to see anything. Cyrano takes advantage of this situation to spin a yarn that will distract De Guiche for the time required. Upon seeing Cyrano drop to the ground in front of him he wonders out load where he came from. Cyrano, disguising his voice tells him he has fallen from the moon. De Guiche is on a mission to see Roxane and is not easily distracted. Cyrano continues to block his way and become more outrageous with his tale. Finally, he says something that captures De Guiche's attention and is able to lead him away from her door long enough for the vows to be completed...

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