Does Roxane love Cyrano in Cyrano de Bergerac?
Edmond Rostand's classic play Cyrano de Bergerac is the story of many kinds of love: love of country, fraternal love, love of the arts, love of right and justice, and, of course, romantic love. Your question, I assume, is whether or not Roxane loved Cyrano with a romantic love. The answer, for all but the last five minutes of the play, is no.
Roxane is superficial and shallow throughout most of the play, loving Christian before she ever meets him simply because she thinks he is beautiful....
Name three uses of metaphors, similies, irony, foreshadowing, or hyperbole.
Many examples can easily be found in or around Cyrano's "nose" speech--when he is insulting Valvert's lack of wit, then fighting a duel with him. I'll give you one example of each; you can certainly find more on your own.
Metaphor - "'Tis a rock--a crag--a cape--...a peninsula!"
Simile - "I do not dress up like a popinjay!"
Irony - "But I have no gloves! A pity too!" (verbal irony--he so wishes he had some gloves!)
Hyperbole - "When it blows, the typhoon howls....When it bleeds, the Red...