By Edmond Rostand, Évelyne Amon
Cyrano de Bergerac est un mousquetaire, capitaine de los angeles compagnie des Cadets de Gascogne, malheureusement affublé d'un trop lengthy nez. Il aime en mystery sa cousine Roxane. Mais celle-ci lui demande de protéger un autre mousquetaire des Cadets de Gascogne, le beau Christian, dont elle est amoureuse. Cyrano, par amour pour elle et par amitié pour lui, accepte de favoriser leur liaison. Il va vivre son amour par procuration en aidant Christian à épouser Roxane, sur fond d''une épopée de cape et d'épée, en pleine guerre d'Espagne.
Rostand a signé avec cette comédie héroïque un chef-d'oeuvre de l. a. littérature universelle.
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