The Question and Answer section for Pygmalion is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
From the description of Higgin's laboratory, which is located in the drawing-room of his home, we can infer that work is the most important aspect of his life. His life revolves around his laboratory, and his laboratory is his life.
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...
His opinion about what in particular?