Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 3, Scene 14 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 14 Summary

De Guiche is amazed to realize that it is Christian that Roxane has married. He then complements Cyrano on his clever deceit. He then tells Roxane that she may say goodbye to her husband; he will be sending Christian off to war after all. Roxane and Christian take long to part and Roxane clings to him to keep him from leaving. In great distress she implores Cyrano to look out for Christian, keep him from harm, make sure he will be true to her and make sure that he writes.

Act 3, Scene 14 Analysis

De Guiche thinks that he is spiting Cyrano by making the two separate. However, Cyrano, says to himself "He thinks that he is giving me great pain!" This is the first indication that he would be glad of Roxane and Christian not being able to consummate their marriage. As Roxane...

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