Waiting for Godot - Act 1, Pages 19-22 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Pages 19-22 Summary

Didi has expressed, again, his desire to leave. Pozzo says Didi can no longer endure his (Pozzo's) presence, but declares that he doesn't care. He points out that it is still daylight, which he takes to mean that there is still an opportunity to accomplish something. He asks about their impending appointment with Godot who Pozzo characterizes as having the future of Didi and Gogo in his hands. Didi questions Pozzo as to how he knows this. Gogo, still fretting about Lucky, asks why Lucky does not put down his bags. Pozzo ignores the question and says he would also be happy to meet Godot. He asserts that he becomes more enriched with each new person that he meets, even (rather unflatteringly) these two old infirm tramps. Gogo again asks why Lucky does not put the bags and parcels down when they are...

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