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Cyrano de Bergerac Aggressive I sir if that nose were mine Id have it amputated-on the spot Friendly How do you drink with such a nose You ought to have a cup made specially Descriptive Tis a rock-a crag-a cape- A cape Say rather a peninsula Cyrano de Bergerac is a heroic comedy a play which is light and humorous and is composed of jokes satire and humorous performance In this play Cyrano humors the audience by making jokes about his own physical appearance This play comes very close to being a tragedy a work in which the main character is brought to ruin or suffers extreme sorrow especially as a consequence of a tragic flaw a moral weakness or an inability to cope with unfavorable circumstances In this play Cyrano suffers the consequence of a tragic flaw Cyrano speaks with Roxane after speaking with Christian and finding out that Roxane has really fallen in love with him and not with Christian While talking with Roxane Christian sets out on a mission and dies Cyrano never gets to tell her that it is really him that she has fallen in love with and it was he who wrote the letters because their conversation was interrupted when Christian is brought back dead Not telling Roxane that it was him and not proclaiming his love to her then was Cyranos tragic flaw and he suffered tremendously because of it In this play Cyrano is also a hero He is a hero because he helps many people including the baker and Christian He helps the baker fight one hundred men in order to get into his house and he helps Christian by writing letters to Roxane and talking to Roxane for him Cyrano also takes
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