American Buffalo - Study Guide Act 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2 begins later that evening, at the time when Don, Teach and Fletch are scheduled to meet and carry out the robbery. As the act begins, Don is on the phone, obviously upset. As he hangs up, Bob walks into the shop. Don asks what he is doing there, and Bob tells him he has to talk to him. Don asks why, and Bob replies that it's business. Bob says he needs some money. Don asks what for, and Bob says he found a coin, a buffalo head nickel. He asks Don if he wants it.

After a pause, Don asks Bob what he's doing there. Again, Bob says he needs money. Don asks to see it; he has to look at it to know if he wants it. Bob seems surprised, and asks if Don doesn't know if he wants it. Don replies that he probably...

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