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Cyrano de Bergerac
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  • …Ay, and let me die to-day, Since, all unconscious, she mourns me—in him! (Sounds of trumpets in the distance.) DE GUICHE (appearing on the ramparts—bareheaded—with a wound on his forehead—in a voice of thunder): It is the signal! Trumpet flourishes! The French bring the provisions into camp! Hold but the place awhile! ROXANE: See, there is blood Upon the letter—tears! A VOICE (outside—shouting): Surrender! VOICE OF CADETS: No! RAGUENEAU (standing on the top of his carriage, watches…  (not reviewed by editor)

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