Waiting for Godot - Study Guide Act 1, Pages 31-35 Summary & Analysis

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Gogo and Didi discuss their perception that Pozzo and Lucky have changed. Gogo says he did not know them before, implying that the idea of noticing change in them would be nonsense since they have only just met the two for the first and only time. Didi says they did know them, and that Gogo just forgets everything. Gogo begins to have pain in his good foot. He sits on the mound. A boy calls to him, and enters. He asks if Didi is Mr. Albert, to which Didi replies for some reason that he is and invites the boy to approach. Gogo asks what he wants. The boy is hesitant, and Didi commands him to come forward. The boy mentions Mr. Godot. Didi asks if the boy has a message from Godot, and the boy replies that he does. Both Didi and...

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