Pygmalion act 2
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What insight is givin into eliza's character and her life?
She's poor , liar , and poor grammer
Considering Higgins uses the metaphor "this baggage" to refer to Eliza , what can be inferred about his attitude towards her?
Something to drag along,she doesn't like her,and she has a lot of problems
Who is Mrs.Pearce and what is her attitude towards Eliza?
Professor Higgins housekeeper and she doesn't like her at first then she starts to care about Eliza
How does Higgins attempt to manipulate Eliza when she decides to leave? Does it work?
He offered her chocolate and yes it does work
What bet does Pickering make with Higgins regarding Eliza ?
Make her a dutchess , get her own shop , and Pickering would pay for lessons and clothing
Why does Alfred Doolittle visit Higgins house ?
He said he wants Eliza back but he really doesn't want her back he wants money
How does Doolittle's reaction differ from what one would typically expect from a father coming to rescue his daughter ?
A father to fight for his daughter to get her back but instead his selling her out
How does Eliza attitude towards the class system differ from that of her father's attitude toward the class system?
Eliza wants to improve her education and get a job the dad doesn't he likes being poor
Why does Doolittle only want the five pounds he requested rather than the ten pounds offered ?
Just enough for him to drink
How does Eliza's reaction to wearing a kimono differ from Higgins and Pickering's reaction to her wearing a kimono?
She thinks she looks silly while the gentleman thinks she looks great
Why was Eliza's bathroom visit for a bath displeasing for her ?
She never had a proper bath
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