Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 4, Scene 7 Summary & Analysis

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Act 4, Scene 7 Summary

De Guiche knows something is amiss in the camp, he questions several of the men about their cheerful mood when they are about to die. He has bought them a cannon to use in their battle. He again attempts to make Roxane leave the camp, when she refuses; he decides that he to will stay to protect her. Cyrano is appreciative of this true act of bravery coming from De Guiche as are the other men. They claim happily that he is one of them and invite him to join them in their feast. Cyrano finally gets Christian alone and tells him that he has been writing to Roxane much more often than he thinks; twice a day.

Act 4, Scene 7 Analysis

De Guiche is just as surprised as the others that he is truly a Gascon, and seems happy at this news. Christian is incredulous...

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