The Rover - Study Guide Act 5, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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After a long, loud knocking at his door, Blunt comes in and talks with Belvile and Willmore, who are outside trying to get in. At first Blunt says he's praying, but the men outside don't believe him. He then says he's with a woman, and Willmore suggests they be allowed to come in and participate. He and the others break down the door and come in, followed by Pedro and Frederick. Willmore jokes about how Blunt is dressed, but Blunt angrily tells him he's in no mood for that kind of humor. Belvile and Willmore make jokes about the kind of woman Blunt must be with and Blunt loses his temper, saying he will not be laughed at.

Pedro apologizes for their bad manners, and says that if there was any way he could help, he would. Blunt comments that of all of them, Pedro...

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