What do Higgins and Pickering do once they discover that Eliza has left and taken her clothing? Why does Mrs. Higgins scold them for their actions?
Students should quickly remember that Higgins and Pickering say they have gone to the police to register that Eliza has left their care. They also should remember that the police seemed not that helpful, and acted as maybe they suspected Higgins and Pickering as being up to something that is at the very least slightly nefarious. Higgins and Pickering are clueless as to why they were treated in this manner. In response to the second part of this question, ask students to consider: what do you report to the police? The answer...
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