How Does Eliza Marry Higgins In Pygmalion

Pygmalion is a play written by George Bernard Shaw, based on the Greek mythology of the same name. It features a poor, uneducated girl, Eliza Doolittle, who is taken on a journey to become a duchess, to open up a flower shop. She is mentored by a professor, named Henry Higgins. By the end of the play, it is unknown if Liza ever marries Higgins, or a young man named Freddy Eynsford-Hill.

As mentioned, as the story comes to a close, it leaves the reader something to think about. Does Eliza marry Higgins or does she marry Freddy? Does she come back or never sees Higgins again? If Liza was to marry Higgins, would she really be happy? With all of what of Higgins has done and said, in an emotional aspect, it'd be a pretty toxic and unhealthy relationship. Besides that, the way he speaks to Liza, or perhaps women in general, is quite peremptory. A vulgar man whose own mother doesn't like around with company. Even if he has an affection for her, however, his constant bullying would drive anyone away. Using a few manipulative tactics, he can always keep her in, turning any and every Liza says back at her. Additionally, he acts like a child, in some respects. In fact, early one in the play, he refers himself as one, though not directly, and he's still growing. For all of the man's abilities, he often contradicts his own personality.
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To enumerate, a huge difference between them, and the driving force for this play is the language barrier, along with the class. Speech, to Higgins, is as close to him as the soul, and

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