Cyrano De Bergerac

Cyrano De Bergerac

by

Edmond Rostand

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Cyrano De Bergerac: Act 5, Scene 4 Summary & Analysis

Summary
Analysis
Roxane stands in her convent, noting that Cyrano should be here by now—he’s always very punctual with his visits. Suddenly, a nun announces that Cyrano has arrived.
Even though Cyrano is dying, he still feels the need to visit Roxane as usual: his love and loyalty to Roxane is unfathomable.
Themes
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Social Hierarchy and the Romantic Ideal Theme Icon