Waiting for Godot - Study Guide Act 2, Pages 35-44 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2 opens with Gogo examining his boots. Lucky's hat is still on stage. The tree, which was bare in Act 1, now has 4 or 5 scrawny leaves on it. Gogo goes to each side of the stage and appears to be looking for something off in the distance. Didi mentions a dog, and Gogo begins to sing loudly about a dog which was beaten to death for stealing a crust of bread from the kitchen. He sings the song several times. He becomes agitated and begins to move around the stage. He peers off stage, both to the left and right. Didi sees him and offers to embrace him, but Gogo pushes him away. Didi questions Gogo. Gogo retorts with commands not to touch him, not question him, but also not to leave him. They finally embrace. Didi keeps asking Gogo who beat him, but...

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