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Cyrano de Bergerac

Cyrano de Bergerac

  

by Edmond Rostand

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  1. Three Musketeers…yum, nougat
    Rostand wrote his play to poke fun at authors like Dumas. Take a look at his classic, The Three Musketeers. Warning: you will get hungry.

  2. Rhyme Time
    Rostand has a way with words; just look at all the poetry and rhymed couplets in his play. Through the character of Cyrano, Rostand rivals the greatest lyricist ever. No, not Jay-Z; although he is a close second. We're talking about Shakespeare.