Cyrano de Bergerac - Study Guide Act 4, Scene 9 Summary & Analysis

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Act 4, Scene 9 Summary

Christian heads directly to Cyrano's tent and confronts him. He insists that Cyrano must tell Roxane that he loves her so that she can choose between them. Cyrano is loath to do this even though he is glad that she has told Christian that she would love him no matter what he looked like. Christian states that he wants to loved for his whole self and that their marriage can be annulled. Cyrano wants no part of disclosure; he feels that she would not forgive him for deceiving her all this time. Christian insists that she be told the truth so that she may decide who she truly loves. Christian calls Roxane to them and tells her that Cyrano has something important to tell her and then takes his leave of them.

Act 4, Scene 9 Analysis

Cyrano cannot believe that Roxane could be being truthful, even...

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