Waiting for Godot - Study Guide Act 1, Pages 22-31 Summary & Analysis

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In this section of Act 1 of the play, further examination of the relationship of Pozzo and Lucky takes place. Surprisingly, Pozzo credits Lucky with teaching him wonderful things. He then demands his hat of Lucky, and the same process is repeated as when Pozzo has asked for other things. Lucky has to put down all the parcels he carries, bring the hat to Pozzo, and then return to his place and pick up all the items once again. Didi and Gogo criticize Pozzo for his plans to sell such a faithful servant. At this point, Pozzo begins to lament that he is in great discomfort and going mad because of Lucky. Didi and Gogo now turn on Lucky as responsible for this situation. Pozzo then reverses himself and says to forget all he said. He looks for his pipe as Gogo and Didi...

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