Estragon: (Gogo): half tramp, half clown, ex-poet, well over 50 years old; has sore feet, limps
Vladimir (Didi): once respectable friend of Gogo’s; protective but domineering; walks with short stiff strides and legs apart; has bladder pain
The play opens on a country road with a bare tree. It is evening. Estragon is sitting on a low mound, trying to remove his boot. “Nothing to be done,” he says, as Vladimir approaches.
They greet each other as before. They have been apart, at least for the night, and Estragon...
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