Cyrano de Bergerac: Piece de Theatre

Cyrano de Bergerac: Piece de Theatre

Scene Premiere - LE PUBLIC, qui arrive peu a peu. CAVALIERS, BOURGEOIS, LAQUAIS, PAGES, TIRE-LAINE, LE PORTIER, etc., puis LES MARQUIS, CUIGY, BRISSAILLE, LA DISTRIBUTRICE, LES VIOLONS, etc. On entend derriere la porte un tumulte de voix, puis un cavalier entre brusquement. LE PORTIER, le poursuivant: Hola ! Vos quinze sols ! LE CAVALIER: J'entre gratis ! LE PORTIER: Pourquoi ? LE CAVALIER: Je suis chevau-leger de la maison du Roi ! LE PORTIER, a un autre cavalier qui vient d'entrer: Vous ? DEUXIEME CAVALIER: Je ne paye pas ! ....."

Title:Cyrano de Bergerac: Piece de Theatre
ISBN:9781507837337
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    Cyrano de Bergerac: Piece de Theatre Reviews

  • Patrick

    I read this book in 1994, and it changed the way I thought about stories. Up until that point in my life, the vast majority of the books I'd read were fantasy and science fiction. Many of them were go...

  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    Cyrano de Bergerac, Edmond RostandCyrano de Bergerac is a play written in 1897 by Edmond Rostand. There was a real Cyrano de Bergerac, and the play is a fictionalization following the broad outlines o...

  • Marty Reeder

    YET ANOTHER READING, December 15, 2009I forced my class to read this book for their reading time, which is usually reserved for personal reading time.They loved it.I can't think of a better endorsemen...

  • Manny

    One of the all-time great over-the-top romances - everyone knows the story, and it's been adapted a million times. How they could have given it a happy ending in Steve Martin's "Roxanne" is beyond me....

  • Debbie Zapata

    Ah, Cyrano. You never disappoint me. How many times have I read your story? How many times have I laughed, cheered, cried and sighed over you? Too many to count, and there will be many more in the fut...

  • Gabrielle

    Updated review with notes on a few available English translations.This is the most beautiful and most heartbreaking love story ever. I have watched the movie with Gérard Depardieu in the title role a...

  • Marquise

    What an entertaining and very funny swashbuckler this was! With such a lovable hero with a big nose and a bigger heart, whose wit is as ready and sharp as his rapier. Cyrano is going to make you laugh...

  • Gabrielle Dubois

    I just loved it! The story, the writing, the characters; the alexandrines of Edmond de Rostand are lively, right, poetic, tender, funny; to read in French, because as always, the poetry of words has i...

  • Evan

    Ah Cyrano, you of the forever-unbesmirched white plume, you who compromiseth not, you witty boastful holy heathen. You whose facial prominence was unbegotten of lies, as Pinocchio, but by the cruel ca...

  • Alexa

    (Originally posted here !)I have noticed that my latest reviews are brought about by intense feelings that had to be expressed. This applies to this book VERY MUCH. You know those stories where the g...