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It has been contended that " Pozzo and Lucky are simply Didi and Gogo writ large ", unbalanced as their relationship is.
However, Pozzo's dominance is noted to be superficial ; " upon closer inspection, it becomes evident that Lucky always possessed more influence in the relationship, for he danced, and more importantly, thought – not as a service, but in order to fill a vacant need of Pozzo: he committed all of these acts for Pozzo.
" Pozzo credits Lucky with having given him all the culture, refinement, and ability to reason that he possesses.
Pozzo's " party piece " on the sky is a clear example: as his memory crumbles, he finds himself unable to continue under his own steam.