How does Eliza strike you at first sight? Does your impression of her substained till the point you reached in your reading ?justify with examples and quotes

How does eliza strike you at first sight does this impression substained till the end you reached reading

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Eliza is a pretty stereotypical poor girl in Victorian England. Eliza, however, possesses an unrefined charm and wit that is noticeable enough for two rich men to care. Eliza howls, "Ah-ah-ah-ow-ow-ow-oo!", and charms her way into being manipulated by Colonial Pickering and Henry Higgins. As the story moves ahead Eliza becomes something more than comic relief. The social class experiment brings out the authenticity and humanity of Eliza. She begins to transcend her own insistence as a good girl, "I'm a good girl, I am," and becomes a woman that is more complex than class labels put upon her.