Lucky, Pozzo’s servant. Born a peasant, he gives the impression of a new proletarian, the symbol of modern people’s belief in the promises and miracles of science. Lucky first appears driven by Pozzo at the end of a rope. Ordered to think for the group, he delivers the wildest, most brilliantly sustained monologue of the play. When he next appears, he is leading the blind Pozzo, but he is mute.
A boy, a messenger from Godot.