Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 4, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 4, Scene 3 Summary

Cyrano come out of his tent and attempts to rouse the cadets, while they are languishing from hunger he remains steadfast. He advises them to read, as he does and distract themselves from their physical discomfort. He proceeds to give them a speech on honor which brings them all to tears. Carbon is upset that he is making the men weep from homesickness but Cyrano advises him that they can be quickly roused to fight. De Guiche enters and it is clear that the cadets despise him. Le Bret notices that De Guiche is pale and languishing as they are, although he acts as if he is fine. Cyrano implores the men to act the same and not let De Guiche see they are suffering.

Act 4, Scene 3 Analysis

The men are close to revolt and their lack of provisions is wearing them down. Cyrano, beyond...

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