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

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Angellica comes in with Moretta and another servant, whom she tells to bring Willmore to her. As he goes, Angellica speaks angrily to Moretta about how she believes Willmore is in love with Florinda and about how he failed to be with her last night as he promised. Moretta says she warned her against him, but Angellica says she doesn't understand, adding that if she'd given him money she'd be less upset but she gave him her heart. The servant brings Willmore back. When he sees Angellica walking away from him, he sings a love song to bring her back. Angellica listens angrily, speaks in aside about how she's going to be revenged, and again starts to leave, saying Willlmore will be much happier with his more "virtuous" mistress. Willmore says he has no use for a virtuous woman, but Angellica...

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