Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 4, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Act 4, Scene 6 Summary

The men continue to try and convince Roxane to leave the camp, but she remains steadfast and the men realizing that she will not be leaving rush about to fix their appearances for her. Captain Carbon requests her handkerchief for use as their flag. One of the men comically proclaims that he could now die happily upon having glimpsed her beauty if he had but a bit of food in his stomach. Roxane surprises and delights them by producing a complete feast for them from her carriage; she further astounds them by pointing out that her driver is none other than the great chef Ragueneau himself. The men applaud her and eat and drink merely. Cyrano is in further awe of her and cannot belive her bravery and kindness. Cyrano tries to get Christian's attention several times, with no luck, telling him he must speak...

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