coparision between the characters of freedy and higgens in whole play of pygmalion

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  Higgins is a pompous intellectual who "masterminds" the experiment with Eliza. Unlike Freddy, Higgins is rich and hence controls things around him. Freddy is a hapless poor young fellow who seems part of this experiment. The fact that Freddy becomes instantly smitten with her emphasizes the concept of infatuation on the basis of external characteristics. He barely noticed her when she was a flower-girl, but the change in her looks and her talk has made her infinitely more attractive to him.