The Question and Answer section for Pygmalion is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Act please? Without a more detailed question, I would have to say he treats all women indifferently..... thus..... an indifferent snob.
Pickering financed all the costs for Eliza's room and board, as well as her lessons during the experiment.
Doolittle's transformation, unlike Eliza's, has nothing to do with linguistics, manners, proper clothing, or comportment..... it has to do with money. Doolittle and his daughter, Eliza, are each transformed.... one of them willingly..... the other...