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Lee to Austin I mean you never had any more on the ball than I did But here you are gettin invited into prominent peoples houses Sittin around talkin like you know somethinIn fact I been inside some pretty classy places in my time And I never even went to an Ivy League school either In the play True West Austin the protagonist is a kinetic character In the beginning of the play he is depicted as being a prominent upper class member of society but throughout the play he devolves into an irrational animalistic savage of a human being In some ways he becomes just like his older brother LeeAfter reading the character descriptions before actually reading the play the reader is led to believe that Austin is a traditionally dressed blue-collar member of society Lee on the other hand is described as being a grungy grease-ball of a man who doesnt even take care of himself These depictions are accurately proven in the first scene of the play Austin is a hard-working author that is house sitting for his mother while she is out of town This is seen when Lee says to Austin Im not botherin you am I I mean I dont wanna break into yer uh-concentration or nothinI mean I realize that yer line a work demands a lota concentration Lee is the exact opposite he is a short-tempered unsuccessful child who has amounted to nothing more than a petty thief This is illustrated when Lee tells Austin Yeah Houses Electric devices Stuff like that I gotta make a little tour firstWhatsa matter with this neighborhood This is a great neighborhood Lush Good class a people Not many dogsNobodys gonna know All they know is somethins missing Thats all Shell mom never even hear about it Nobodys gonna know At this point in the book Lee almost seems envious of Austins success in life He makes snide remarks such as
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