True West - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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The following morning, while Austin waters the plants, Lee marvels at the number of locks Mom has on all of her windows and doors and wonders what she has that warrants such protection. Austin suggests antiques or simply things that hold sentimental value for her. Lee brings up his housebreaking skills again and, comparing himself to his brother, muses that Austin never had more on the ball than he did, but they turned out so differently. Austin offers him breakfast, which Lee rejects. Austin asks Lee where he went during the night. Lee says the coyotes were keeping him awake, so he went out to the Mojave. It reminded him of when they played there as boys. Lee caught snakes, while Austin pretended to be characters in the Westerns. Austin persists, asking Lee if he was casing houses in the area. Lee launches into a...

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