Act 5 questions

- At the beginning of this act, How does Shaw let us know where Eliza is?

- How has Doolittle been transformed? Why is he miserable with his new station in life?

- Higgins is "thunderstuck " at the idea of Eliza's marrying Freddy? How do you feel about this idea?

- Shaw reveals through certain stage directions of how vulnerable Higgins is when he and Eliza is finally alone. Cite 2 examples.

- Explain Higgins theory. What do you make of his theory?

- What are Higgins and Eliza really arguing about?

- According to Eliza, what really turned her into a lady?

- How does Higgins flatter Eliza in act 5?

- Are you convinced by Eliza's transformation from someone who wants to be cared about to someone who is independent?explain

- Do you see any evidence that Higgins has also changed? explain

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Mrs. Higgins is in her drawing room when her parlor-maid enters and informs her that Pickering and Higgins are downstairs calling the police. Mrs. Higgins sends the parlor-maid upstairs to inform Eliza that the men are here and that she should not come until she is called. Shaw informs us of Eliza's location through Mrs. Higgins' dialogue.

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