| Quote #25
That Cyrano is so shocked by Roxane’s words is a testament to her nature; it’s hard to believe someone so vain could ever get past appearances.
| Quote #26
SISTER MARTHE (To Mother Marguérite)
Cyrano de Bergerac would remind us that vanity is a ubiquitous trait.
| Quote #27
For the first time, Cyrano equates his ugliness with bitterness and utter despair. Ironically, at this time, Roxane no longer cares about his looks and admits her unconditional love for him.