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Waiting for Godot | Characters

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Character Description
Estragon Estragon, called "Gogo" by Vladimir, is a man who is beaten every night. Read More
Vladimir Vladimir, called "Didi" by Estragon, is a man trying to make sense of the world. Read More
Pozzo Pozzo is a pompous man who believes he is in control. Read More
Lucky Lucky is Pozzo's leashed and burdened slave. Read More
Godot Godot, a possible stand-in for God, is the titular character of the play, yet he never appears on stage.
A boy A boy comes twice (or perhaps two boys come, once each) as a messenger from Godot.
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