Pygmalion Act IV

Pygmalion Act IV

Higgins has won his bet. How does he react to his victory?
He is glad it’s over
What is Higgins’ advice to Liza when he realizes she is upset?
Go to bed, cry a little, and get a good night’s sleep
What regard does he show for Eliza’s feelings?
It’s her imagination
What does Eliza feel Higgins has done wrong?
He has not given her any credit
Why does Liza wish he had left her where he found her?
She doesn’t feel fit to sell anything
What are Eliza’s fears for the future?
What is she fit to do?
How does she feel about Higgins?
She loves him
What indications does Higgins give that he has become attached to Eliza?
He can’t find anything without and she’s “wounded” him
Eliza appears to have gained the upper hand, how does she accomplish this?
She gives back all the things he gave her
Why is she so happy that Higgins has lost his temper?
It shows he isn’t indifferent
Why does Liza tell Freddy, “Don’t call me Miss Doolittle…Liza is good enough for me.”?
She feels Liza is more real
What was Freddy doing below Eliza’s window?
Waiting for her
What is the crisis in this brief Act?
The fight
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