Portrait de Cyrano de Bergerac

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Portrait de Cyrano de Bergerac

Description physique: Cyrano de Bergerac n’est pas le plus beau des hommes. Les précieuses ne lui payent pas beaucoup d’attention puisque son nez est d’une grosseur anormal et elles le trouvent laid. Il porte un grand chapeau avec une épée autours de la taille. Il est aussi un homme très fort.

Description Psychologique: Cyrano est un homme très malheureux grâce à sa situation avec son nez et de Roxane qu’il aime et à qui il écrit des lettres d’amours pour en disant que c’est Christian qui est aussi en amour avec Roxane. Il est un homme très intelligent, créatif et a un bon cœur.

Son rôle dans l’histoire: Cyrano est un mousquetaire dans la compagnie des cadets de Gascogne. Il est en amour avec sa cousine Roxane mais n’ose pas révéler son amour pour Roxane puisqu’elle est belle et il est laid et affligé d’un énorme nez. Puisqu’il est en amour avec Roxane, il accepte de prendre soins de Christian qui est aussi en amour avec Roxane. Puisque Christian n’a aucun talent à parler ou communiquer avec les femmes, il demande à Cyrano d’écrire des lettres d’amour à Roxane. Puisque Cyrano est en amour avec Roxane aussi, il communique ses sentiments pour elle à travers les lettres qu’il écrit pour



Citations: -Ah! Non! C’est un peu court, jeune homme! On pouvait dire… Oh! Dieu!... bien des choses en somme… (p.72) -Prends cette lanterne!... Et marche! – Je te jure que c’est moi qui ferai ce soir ta couverture!... (p.90) -Je me suis donc battu, madame, et c’est tant mieux, Non pour mon vilain nez, mais bien pour vos beaux yeux. (p.109)

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