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One of Cyranos most important speeches came at one of the most crucial moments of his life With the bit of life still possessed by the ill Cyrano he delivered his speech right before he passed away before Roxanes and the other people at the chapels eyes During the speech there were several things that stuck out that made the speech as important as it truly was The main idea of the speech was that Cyranos whole life has just been helping out others- being all he can be just to see somebody else get credit The only satisfaction that he could possibly sustain was that of knowing that the people that enjoyed the finished project didnt in fact appreciate the person they thought but rather Cyrano This was probably started by his little fear of confronting Roxane as it was his belief that she would maker impression on him by his appearance and not by his charisma bravery or writing Cyrano mentioned the Christian situation as just one of the examples of how his life was forgotten but what he gave to other people were recognized to only the recipients He said While I remained below in the shadows others have climbed up to receive the kiss of glory when describing the night at the balcony where it was Cyranos words that resulted in a kiss given to an undeserving Christian while Cyrano could only stand and watch the only girl he ever loved kissed a man that got all the credit for Cyranos work As you can see Cyrano lived in a way a secret life in which he was overlooked and first-impressioned far too often by people that didnt take the time to meet the real Cyrano who was as witty and brave as they come While the great skills he possessed werent exactly put to waste the regular person would have no idea that Cyrano expressed himself like this or came
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