Waiting for Godot - Study Guide Act 2, Pages 54-58 Summary & Analysis

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Didi and Gogo help Pozzo up. They explain who they are and congratulate themselves for helping Pozzo, who was concerned they were highwaymen. They realize that Pozzo is blind. Pozzo asks if it is evening, and Didi and Gogo puzzle over this and argue the point with one another. They assist Pozzo, who says his blindness came on suddenly. He asks where they are and where they are going. Didi and Gogo describe the very same place they have been throughout the play. Pozzo asks for his servant, wondering why Lucky did not respond when he was called. Pozzo asks that Didi and Gogo check on Lucky to see if he is all right. They decide to send Gogo after Lucky. Gogo sees that Lucky is breathing and begins to kick him. He hurts his own foot, and Lucky rouses. Pozzo asks what...

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