Waiting for Godot - Study Guide Act 2, Pages 44-54 Summary & Analysis

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Gogo is in despair that they are still in the same place. Didi offers him a radish and tells him they have radishes and turnips, but no carrots. Gogo accepts a radish, but it is black. He complains that it is not pink and gives it back to Didi. Gogo says he will go get a carrot, but does not move. Didi puts on his boots with Gogo's help. He admits they do not hurt, and even says they are too big. Gogo sits down and tries to sleep, but Didi is singing loudly. Eventually Gogo sleeps, but wakes with a start. Didi comforts him. They walk about. Gogo says they should go. Didi replies that they cannot, because they are waiting for Godot. They discuss that it is not yet night, but when night falls, they can leave. They find Lucky's hat...

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