The Rover - Study Guide Act 5, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Willmore greets Hellena happily, saying he'd given up hope of seeing her again. It must be remembered that at this point he still doesn't know who she truly is, believing that she's the gypsy girl. She quizzes him on how good a husband he'd be, and he admits that he wouldn't be perfect. He then asks what she'd bring to the marriage, and she says she'd only bring herself, having no money, family or name. He says it doesn't matter, adding that he adores her for her good nature. She urges him to hurry, he urges her to join him in bed, and she says she will as soon as they're legally married. He says he doesn't want to be married, only to enjoy love. She refuses, saying all she'll get out of that is a baby and loneliness. He tries to kiss her into...

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