Waiting for Godot - Study Guide Act 1, Pages 15-19 Summary & Analysis

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This is the section of the first act in which the next two characters appear. Pozzo is a wealthy man, a landowner, and Lucky is his servant. Pozzo has a long rope around Lucky's neck, which has made an ugly sore on the neck. Lucky is laden down with carrying many parcels and possessions for Pozzo. Strangely enough, Pozzo is driving Lucky before him with a whip instead of leading him with the rope. When Gogo and Didi see them enter the area, they are frightened and huddle together. Lucky enters first with Pozzo behind holding the rope-leash. Pozzo snaps the whip off-stage. In response, Lucky crosses the stage and exits the other side. But when Pozzo sees Didi and Gogo he stops and jerks the rope to bring Lucky back. Lucky falls for the first of many times. Didi and Gogo are...

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