Waiting for Godot - Act 1, Pages 10-14 Summary & Analysis

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At the beginning of this section, Gogo and Didi seem to notice the tree, which they identify as a willow, and a weeping one at that. They begin to discuss whether or not they are actually in the right physical location to meet Godot. They confer about what they will do if he does not appear, which is to come back again to wait for him some more. They do not discuss any proactive alternative in which they will go off to seek Godot. They argue about their plans. They question not only whether they are in the right location, but whether they are there on the correct day. Didi makes a show of looking for some kind of written confirmation of their assignation with Godot, but finds only miscellaneous rubbish in his pockets. As is his want, Didi sits down and nods...

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