Waiting for Lefty - Study Guide Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Miller, a lab assistant, talks to Fayette, the industrialist. Miller is admiring the new design of Fayette's office as Fayette takes note of his attention to the details of it. Fayette speaks of his wonderment over whether or not the designers get their incentive from Hollywood, and how the country has an extraordinary way of influencing the consumer when certain products and designers are used by stars in the movies.

Miller informs Fayette that it's just not that simple, and Fayette condescendingly agrees with Miller. Fayette then quickly makes a show of hospitality by offering Miller a smoke and a drink. Miller declines his offer, thanking him. Fayette points out his admiration of employees who don't indulge, and offers up that it seems to keep the "niggers and pollacks" out of trouble.

Miller is wondering why Fayette had him to come to his office. Fayette pats Miller...

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