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An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. Cyrano de Bergerac, by Edmond Rostand Cyrano de Bergerac, the hero of this popular romantic drama, was a poet, prince among wits, brave soldier and duellist of the time of Louis XIII. Cyrano has forbidden one of the actors to appear. Cyrano fights the duel with his pointed wit as well as his sword, improvising a brilliant ballade on his nose and marking each thrust at his opponent with a verse.
An Eiffel tower of words, made of a steel of sentences, cast in a verbal oven, thus uniting steel and sky, ink and paper by fire. The future he has chosen to live elsewhere than in our old France, which has become caught in the web of a European spider that gently devours it, sneaking up on it. He chose exile in Quebec in the face of continuous verbal and physical violence in France.
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The sadness of the suburbs, the new ghetto, the intolerant immigration that wanted to impose the ideas of a minority on a majority. And yet every time he breathes he thinks of this France so great and so rich in knowledge and culture, every city is a culinary journey, every village a school of life, every old man a source of knowledge.
Yes, Quebec is big and young, there is still a lot to do in this country to save the last part of France in North America. This France that is expected to rise from its ashes like a phoenix. French Version. Close search.
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