The Rover - Study Guide Act 5, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Willmore greets the masked woman happily, but then she draws a pistol and reveals herself to be Angellica, there to take revenge on him for betraying her love. She holds the pistol to his heart, he tries to convince her to calm down, she refuses, and he says he deserves to be given time to redeem himself. She demands to know how many other women he's betrayed, and then speaks at length about her pain at being taken advantage of, manipulated, and falsely loved. He protests that there's not a man alive who hasn't broken his promises to women, adding that she's too beautiful not to have broken a few hearts herself. She says he's ruined her, adding that if he hadn't convinced her to love him, she'd have remained secure and strong in the belief that men could, and should, be dominated. Willmore says...

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