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Pygmalion Act 4
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Describe Higgins' attitude towards the experiment after having spent the day successfully passing Eliza off as a high class lady at the ambassador's garden party?
He thought that she did awful because she only talked about non appropriate topics at the at-home day but he also was proud how well her grammar was.
How does Eliza react to Higgins' comments about the experiment after returning from the garden
She was extremely mad and she threw his slippers at him.
What questions does Eliza pose after Higgins' tells her she is free to go and do what she likes?
She asks what clothes belongs to her and what she can take that is her. Her concern is that she does not want to be accused of stealing. But she is also trying to get him mad.
Higgins' suggest that Eliza either gets married or have Pickering pay to set up a flower shop for her.
She rejects the idea, because she wants to be Eliza rather than a dependent. She also says no because she has morals "im a good girl i am".
Eliza does not smile until the very end of the act after Higgins' leaves the room. Why does Eliza smile at this point?
She smiles because she finally got to express her feelings towrds Higgins' and she got to tell him what she Eliza thinks.
At what point does it become apparent that Higgins' actually cares for Eliza?
When he tells her that she has wounded his heart
What is the significance of Eliza asking Higgins " Before you go, sir... Do my clothes belong to me or to Colonel Pickering?"
It was one of the first times Eliza tried to annoy Higgins.
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