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The Rover Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 3, Scenes 2, 3, and 4 Summary

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Act 3, Scenes 2, 3, and 4 Summary

Scene 2 - Blunt comes in with Lucetta and they speak flatteringly and lovingly to each other before Lucetta goes out to get undressed. Blunt speaks in soliloquy about his desires to take her back to England with him, that there are already a lot of prostitutes there, but they're all greedy and could use a lesson in generosity from Lucetta. He also comments that her home is richly decorated. Sancho comes in and leads Blunt to Lucetta's bedchamber.

Scene 3 - Lucetta is already in bed as Sancho leads Blunt in. Sancho leaves and Blunt quickly undresses, saying that if Lucetta's rich old husband were dead he would marry her. As he approaches the bed, Lucetta asks him to blow out the candle. He does, climbs into bed, realizes she's gone, calls out to her, and then falls through a trap in the bottom...

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