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Who is the Pygmalion character in Shaw's play? Liza Higgins Pickering Doolittle
Henry Higgins is a professor of phonetics who plays Pygmalion to Eliza Doolittle's Galatea.
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User: Everyman, according to the text, is the finest example of an English _____. allegory tragedy comedy miracle plays mystery plays morality play

User: Who does the following describe? She has a hat with three ostrich feathers, orange, sky-blue, and red. She has a nearly clean apron, and the shoddy coat has been tidied a little. The pathos of this deplorable figure, with its innocent vanity and consequential air... the mother the daughter Mrs. Pearce the flower girl

User: Where is Bernard Shaw from? London Dublin Virginia

User: What does Higgins claim he behaves like around women? a child a perfect gentleman an indifferent snob a father figure

User: Who is the Pygmalion character in Shaw's play? Liza Higgins Pickering Doolittle

Weegy: Henry Higgins is a professor of phonetics who plays Pygmalion to Eliza Doolittle's Galatea.




User: How does Higgins know where all the bystanders are from? It is in his notebook. He can tell by their dress and mannerisms. He listened to their earlier conversation where they discussed it. He can tell by their language use.

Weegy: He listened to their earlier conversation where they discussed it.
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