Estragon, GoGo, the man who's simplicity reflects his depth
Dependent: GoGo is the dependent character throughout this play, he relies almost purely on Vladimir to make decisions, like leaving or staying while waiting for Godot, as well as providing him with food and information on what is happening. Though Estragon speaks of leaving Vladimir he never does because he simply cannot stand to be without him. Without DiDi, GoGo would be lost on his own.
Easily manipulated: Relating heavily to his dependence on his companion, Vladimir, Estragon is very easily manipulated into changing his mind about staying to await Godot. He had wanted to leave because he had no idea if they were even meant to meet him that day. Because Vladimir told him to stay and continue to wait, he did, he chose not to leave because he doesn't care much either way.
Education: Education is shown in the play by the way the characters speak, Estragon speaks in slang and with a less educated vocabulary. Though both Vladimir and Estragon are uneducated it appears that GoGo is the least of the two. Neither of them can remember the day and have no concept of time, much like children. While education, or lack there of, is shown in the play the idea of not having an education is not a major concern to anyone in the play. Pozzo and Lucky are not concerned with the level of knowledge DiDi and GoGo have, they simply see them for what they are and the same the other way around. Estragon is not threatened by the idea that intelligence effected his life and that had he had more education life may have been different for him.
Economic status: Two contrasts have been shown so far in the play relating to the economic status of our main characters. Estragon and Vladimir are both poor, or at least appear to be, begs for money from a complete stranger and then asks said stranger if he would be able to eat his left over chicken bones. The stranger is the contrast, Pozzo is a very rich man and the man that Estragon decides to beg from.