The Rover - Act 3, Scene 1 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 1 Summary

On the street outside Angellica's home, Hellena, Florinda, and Valeria, still in disguise as gypsies, briefly discuss why Pedro is in such a bad mood and that Florinda is unhappy being away from her lover. They then turn their attention to Hellena's attraction to Willmore, who courted her while she was dressed as a gypsy. Hellena protests that she's not in love, and then speaks in language that indicates the opposite is true. Valeria teases her that her man is probably the kind who courts a number of women, and Florinda makes a crude joke about how Hellena will one day ride him. She comments that Hellena is foolish and impulsive to fall in love at first sight, saying that it wasn't until she knew what kind of man Belvile was that she fell in love with him. Hellena sees Belvile coming, wonders where her...

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