The Rover - Act 4, Scene 2, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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Act 4, Scene 2, Part 1 Summary

Florinda comes in with Callis and another servant. In an aside Florinda reveals how afraid she is as the result of Belvile not coming to her window as they planned. She asks the servant who it is that Pedro is about to duel, and the servant says he can't tell because both men are masked, but adds that he's sure they're fighting over her. This leads her to assume, in an aside, that the duel is being fought with Belvile, since no other would fight for her. Florinda now knows the truth about who's fighting, although she doesn't realize that she knows. Neither Belvile nor Pedro know who is actually fighting.

Pedro enters, disguised and wondering where Antonio is. In an aside, Florinda wonders if she heard the name wrong. Belvile, dressed as Antonio and masked, comes in. Florinda assumes he's Antonio, Pedro...

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