Cyrano de Bergerac a Review
There is nothing in this world that I enjoy more then a large vocabulary and in this extreamly witty play by Edmond Rostand the main character uses words which paint my hart in shades of delight. The first great example of word choice is when Cyrano defeats a combantant while reciting a poem next when a man insults his massive and ugly nose he calmly tells him a plethora of ways that his nose could be insulted, it was beyond entertaining. However im afarid thats when the appeal of the play ends for me, the love story between Roxanne and Cryno and Christian was a little too much for me ( im not quite the romantic type) and the ending was extreamly moralistic, it would have been nice to see Cyrano act a little more human instead of look it. All in all it was great for the language and a book I would recomend, especially if you enjoy love tales.