| Quote #13
When he sees Christian dying, Cyrano makes his decision; though he honors truth as one of his highest morals, he still lies to Christian and maintains Roxane’s illusion. The question is whether he does this for a dying man’s honor, or for the happiness of the woman he loves.
| Quote #14
Cyrano’s pride will not allow him to accept money from anyone. As in everything he does, Cyrano wants everything he earns or loses to be solely the product of his own effort.
| Quote #15
De Guiche’s material concern is petty when compared with Roxane’s undying love for Christian.