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Pygmalion Act 3 Study Questions
Page 55: Why does Mrs. Higgins tell Henry not to come to her social hour? What does she mean by his “large talk”?
Pages 59-60: What are Clara Eynsford Hill and Henry Higgins discussing?Why does Clara agree with Henry? How does Henry feel about social gatherings and behavior?
pages 62-63 Describe Eliza’s behavior on these pagespages Describe Eliza’s behavior on these pages. What does she reveal about herself? What do the visitors think of her?
Page 64: What advice does Higgins give Clara?Why does he do this?
Pages 65-69: what does Mrs. Higgins think of Eliza’s situation at Wimpole Street?How does she describe Higgins and Pickering?
Pages 73-75: Who is Neppomuck?What does he think of Eliza?
Page 75: How does Eliza feel about her performance at the Embassy ball?What did everyone else think about it?
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