Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 4, Scene 8 Summary & Analysis

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Christin and Roxane get to speak alone and he asks why she has come. She tells him it is because of the letters. She explains that the letters have propelled her from love to worship of him and that what she feels for him goes beyond any superficial love. She tells him that she would love him even if he were ugly or disfigured. Christian is alarmed at this news and pulls away from her. He sends her to lighten the hearts of the Cadets so that he may go and speak to Cyrano.

It has fully become clear now to Christian that not only is Cyrano in love with Roxane but that she is in love with Cyrano as well. He becomes increasingly upset with her words, as she is telling him that his physical appearance means nothing to her anymore, indicating that she has no love for him...

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