Cyrano De Bergerac Character Analysis

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“...this nose of mine, which precedes me wherever I go, forbids me ever to dream of being loved by even an ugly woman.”- Cyrano. Cyrano is a great fighter and is well known to everyone in town, mainly because he is either respected or feared. In the beginning of the story he’s already seen as a tough and proud man, by ruining a play because he has a grudge against the lead actor, Montfleury, and then throwing money into the crowd for their refund. In Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac, Cyrano is an intelligent hero because he’s tough, confident, and well-spoken. In the book Cyrano is depicted as a tough character. In Act I, Scene IV, Cyrano asked the crowd if anyone wants to duel with him, then turned to Montfleury telling him, “I’m going

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