Cyrano has climbed to the top of the wall

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Cyrano has climbed to the top of the wall, and when De Guiche enters, Cyrano swings from a branch  and drops down in front of him. He tells De Guiche that he came from the moon and asks where he  is. In spite of himself, De Guiche is amused. When Cyrano says that he has invented six ways to  travel to the moon, De Guiche is curious enough to listen to what they are. Then, after telling him the  six ways, Cyrano says, in his own voice, that the quarter of an hour is up, and the marriage  completed. He believes there is nothing De Guiche can do about the marriage. De Guiche, however,  gains revenge by sending the cadets to the front immediately. The brilliant bit of nonsense in Scene 11 is an opportunity for Cyrano to show off yet another of his 
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Houston.

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