Cyrano de Bergerac - Act 5, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 5, Scene 2 Summary

De Guiche is now the Duke of Grammont and he stands talking with Roxane near her embroidery frame. He asks her if she is still as faithful as always to Christian and she replies that she is. He inquires if Cyrano comes to see her and she tells him he comes often. Le Bret then appears in the park and tells them that Cyrano is ill due to his poverty and his writing bringing him new enemies. De Guiche signifies that while Cyrano has nothing he would still like to shake his hand. He than takes his leave and Roxane walks him to the door. Before he goes he whispers to Le Bret that he has heard rumors that there is a conspiracy to kill Cyrano and that Le Bret should warn his friend to stay indoors. Ragueneau then appears at the convent to speak...

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