The Rover - Act 3, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 6 Summary

This scene is set on the street, and it immediately becomes clear that Belvile has just told Willmore whom he assaulted. Belvile is inarticulate with fury, Willmore tries to justify himself, Belvile demands to know what he thinks he was doing. Willmore makes jokes, Belvile loses his temper and threatens to draw his sword, Willmore tells him to wait until tomorrow, and Belvile suddenly remembers that tomorrow Florinda is supposed to marry Antonio. He angrily says he wishes he could meet and confront him and Willmore offers to confront him instead, but Belvile says he wouldn't actually know Antonio if he saw him.

Willmore comments that they've arrived outside Angellica's and that he has an appointment to sleep with her. Antonio confirms with his servant that he's paid Angellica's fee. Belvile goes out to wait under Florinda's window as Moretta appears, ready to show Antonio...

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