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Lowell Bair
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Julian Meynell's Books
Julian Meynell's Books rated it 4 years ago
This is a strange combination of things. It is a play from the late 19th century written in verse. It is sort of a romantic-comedy and sort of a tragedy at the same time. It has some quite clever scenes. However, it is sort of quite a bit fluffy and is written as a crowd-pleaser. Despite the fa...
PinkPanthress reads
PinkPanthress reads rated it 6 years ago
Vay anam!!! Where to start!?My poor, poor Cyrano! I saw it on TV as a (very small)kid, but never read the Play. Never did I realise, what I had missed all those years!!ONE1!I have always been of the believe, that people with a beautiful Mind are a thousand times better to love than people with a bea...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 6 years ago
bookshelves: published-1897, fraudio, classic, france, spring-2010, poetry, play-dramatisation, re-read, swashbuckler, summer-2010, e-book, gutenberg-project Read on April 05, 2010 re-read via Gutenberg Project on my nutty NUUT whilst sitting on a pink granite tump on the tiniest island imaginab...
Keertana @ Ivy Book Bindings
Keertana @ Ivy Book Bindings rated it 7 years ago
Rating: 3.5 Stars
janeg
janeg rated it 7 years ago
Starts a comedy, lives a romance, dies a tragedy. I laughed and smiled and sighed and left the book with tears. Fantastic and whimsical, nonetheless poignantly sardonic, without forgetting to be ardently romantic. This play has it all, the only fault perhaps being that it has too much.
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