Austins Character Development in True West

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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 people's houses. Sittin' around talkin' like you know somethin'…In 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 …

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…his neck. Austin is seen choking his brother and tells his mom, "I can kill him! I can easily kill him. Right now. Right here. All I gotta' do is just tighten up. This sudden change in temperament is very savage and seems like something his brother would do. Over the course of the play Austin changed from a good-natured, successful man into a raw, savage with no morals as depicted in the final scene.