Study Guide

The Artist Scene 22

Scene 22

Scene 22

  • Speaking of Cinderella, George has taken the opposite trajectory. From grand manor to humble digs with a Murphy bed, designer suits to suspenders and weird short ties, George has undergone a few changes.
  • He's also smoking like a chimney and drinking like a fish.
  • He sells his tux to the local pawn shop to support his bad habits.
  • Having not paid his chauffeur, the now incredibly loyal Clifton, for over a year, George is forced to let him go.
  • Clifton waits stoically in his chauffeur uniform outside the house all night, but George doesn't change his mind. It's becoming clear that he's pretty stubborn.

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