CYRANO (rising): This Silenus, Big-bellied, coarse, still deems himself a peril— A danger to the love of lovely ladies, And, while he sputters out his actor’s part, Makes sheep’s eyes at their boxes—goggling frog!
All will deem me gone.
But An if you deem that Cupid be so cruel You should have stifled baby-love in’s cradle!
(Unsealing the letter): I love you,—therefore— (She reads in a low voice by the aid of Ragueneau’s lantern): ’Lady, The drums beat; My regiment buckles its harness on And starts; but I,—they deem me gone before— But I stay.
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The producer deemed her too old to play the role.
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