Roxane Happy In Cyrano De Bergerac

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There will always be a point in someone's life when they will meet up with a conflict that could lead to difficult decisions that could change their life forever. In the play, Cyrano de Bergerac, Cyrano, a brave man with an amazing personality, but with ugly nose he had to make the decision to help Roxane be with the one she loves the most. Even though Cyrano loves Roxane, and she does not see that he has feelings for her, Cyrano is committed to make her happy in any way and is willing to do anything to make her happy, even if the goes against his own happiness.
In the last act of the play, Cyrano’s final words reveal how willing he is to make Roxane happy. Cyrano shown he was someone committed and willing to make her happy when he argues with himself. Cyrano does make a point to himself that even though one side of him said to not tell Roxane how he feels about her, a bigger part of him said to do what he thinks is best and make Roxane happy over himself. Cyrano also shows that he is someone who does not want give up on what he loves. “Yes, you’ve robbed me of everything: the laurels of glory, the roses of love! But there’s one thing you can’t take away from me.” (Rostand 233). Cyrano knew that having someone take credit for the work and words he said was something he did
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Cyrano did many things that others couldn’t have done. He let another man, Christian, take credit for his own love because he thought that’s what he had for Roxane and that it allowed Roxane to see that love through him instead. He also fought in war with a “white plume” that showed he was not afraid to fight and avenge his own happiness and the other man, Christian. Although he was committed to doing what he thought was right and what he thought would’ve made Roxane happy slowly got him killed but in the end it was all for love and to show off his
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