Cyrano enters and Ragueneau congratulates him on the duel in the theater the night before

Cyrano enters and Ragueneau congratulates him on the duel in the theater the night before

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Cyrano enters and Ragueneau congratulates him on the duel in the theater the night before. But  Cyrano is not interested in anything except his meeting with Roxane. He asks Ragueneau to clear  the place out when he gives the signal, and Ragueneau agrees. A musketeer enters who will be  mentioned again later. The poets come in, for their "first meal," as Lise says. They are all excited about the feat of the  evening before — one man against a hundred, and no one knows who the brave one was. Cyrano is  writing a love letter to Roxane and is not at all interested in the conversation around him. He does not  sign the letter, because he plans to give it to Roxane himself. The poets flatter Ragueneau by asking for his latest poetic effort — a recipe in rhyme. Cyrano constantly asks the time, and the hour finally arrives for his meeting with Roxane. The poets 
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