True West - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Lee and Saul are in the kitchen; Austin is in the alcove. Lee prompts Saul to tell Austin how he feels about Lee's story. Saul tries, but Austin is too angry and defensive. Saul wants Austin on board and reassures him that both scripts are still a go. When Austin refuses to work on Lee's script, but demands a percentage for his work on Lee's, Saul says he will drop Austin's script altogether. Austin lashes out at Saul, accusing him of being as big a hustler as Lee. Saul tries to appeal to Austin by telling him money from the project will be set aside in a trust for their father, managed by Lee. Austin says he has already given their father money, which he drank. Austin then pleads with Saul, telling him everything is riding on his script. Saul says the love story he...

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