Cyrano de Bergerac - Study Guide Act 4, Scene 10 Summary & Analysis

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Cyrano waits for Christian to leave and then minimizes the importance of why Christin sent her over to him. Roxane thinks it is because Christian is upset because he does not believe that she loves him for himself; Cyrano questions her about this, and as she talks, he becomes convinced that her words are true; she does love Cyrano and not Christian. Just as he is about to take the leap and tell her the truth, Le Bret calls to him and whispers to him that Christian is dead. Cyrano, upon learning this, vows not to tell Roxane the truth. Roxane notices the bundle that the cadets are hiding and realizes that it Christian; she runs to him as does Cyrano. Christin is still alive and Cyrano whispers in his ear that he has told Roxane all and that she has chosen Christian as her...

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