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Used in
Cyrano de Bergerac
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  • …Applause.) CYRANO (in a whisper to Christian): Hark, Christian! RAGUENEAU: . . .And, occupied with gallantry, perceived not— (His draws a plate from under the seat, and holds it up): —The galantine! . . . (Applause.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • …all imperceptibly.) ROXANE: You read in such a voice—so strange—and yet— It is not the first time I hear that voice! (She comes nearer very softly, without his perceiving it, passes behind his chair, and, noiselessly leaning over him, looks at the letter.  (not reviewed by editor)

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