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Little is learned about Pozzo besides the fact that he is on his way to the fair to sell his slave, Lucky.
He presents himself very much as the Ascendancy landlord, bullying and conceited.
His pipe is made by Kapp and Peterson, Dublin's best-known tobacconists ( their slogan was ' The thinking man's pipe ') which he refers to as a " briar " but which Estragon calls a " dudeen " emphasising the differences in their social standing.
He confesses to a poor memory but it is more a result of an abiding self-absorption.
" Pozzo is a character who has to overcompensate.
That's why he overdoes things ... and his overcompensation has to do with a deep insecurity in him.
These were things Beckett said, psychological terms he used.

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