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Can someone edit this for me and make it sound more professional? its written about cyrano de bergerac and the theme is that insecurities lead to downfall. I think it needs to have more textual eviden
Can someone edit this for me and make it sound more professional? its written about cyrano de bergerac and the theme is that insecurities lead to downfall. I think it needs to have more textual evidence, and also none of it can be in third person and idk how to tell that. please somebody help me this is a mastery grade!! Thank you guys so much!! ------------------------------------------>>>>>>>>>
Insecurities can negatively impact someone's life in many ways and can even lead to their downfall. In the play Cyrano de Bergerac, by Edmond Rostand, the antagonist Cyrano is insecure about his big nose, and that holds him back from expressing his love for the "précieuse" Roxane. Cyrano is "a poet, philosopher, and scientist — a man of immense courage, versatility, and talent," but he thinks they are all outweighed by his large nose, making him "unlovable." Instead, he helps Christian to get Roxane to fall in love with him by writing love poems to her under Christians name. Their plan works, and Roxane falls in love with Christian, but then he tragically dies, and Cyrano can no longer write to Roxane. Cyrano does not think he is worthy of Roxane's love, so he talks down on figures who are high up like De Guiche to use his gift of being a poet. This insulting writing earns Cyrano a lot of enemies, and one drops a log on top of his head, injuring him and ultimately killing him. Through the actions of Cyrano, Edmond Rostand has shown the audience that they must overcome their insecurities and not let them control your life.