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The distinguished yet misanthropic and perhaps misogynistic linguist Henry Higgins teaches a common flower girl to speak and act like a lady and, to his own great surprise, falls in love with her.
Miriamocio
Wrote 12/3/12
LIZA: "I shouldn't mind if it had only happened to me: anything might happen to anybody and nobody to blame but Providence (...) But this is something that YOU done to me: yes you, Henry Higgins." Shaw's dramatization of a Cockney flower girl's metam...Continua
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Excerpt from Pygmalion | by Bernard Shaw
Eliza goes out on the balcony to avoid being alone with Higgins. He rises and joins her there. She immediately comes back into the room and makes for the door; but he goes along the balcony quickly and gets his back to the door before she reaches it....Continua

Cover design by Sylvia Clench

Cover design by Sylvia Clench

oriole
Wrote 11/13/07
"It is impossible for an Englishman to open his mouth, without making some other Englishman despise him." Mr. Shaw said in the preface. I read this play some years ago and I thought Mr. Shaw incredibly funny. Yesterday I was going over the Naxos aud...Continua

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