2 Page 29: Higgins says, “What is life but a series of inspired follies Page 29: Higgins says, “What is life but a series of inspired follies? The difficulty is to find them to do. Never lose a chance; it doesn’t come every day.”What does this tell you about Higgins’ character and the way he views Eliza?
3 Pages 29-35: Explain why Mrs Pages 29-35: Explain why Mrs. Pearce is concerned about the bet that Higgins and Pickering are proposing.Quote: top of page 33Quote: page 35
4 Pages 36-37: Explain at least two reasons why Eliza doesn’t want to take a bath.
5 page 38 What does Colonel Pickering ask Higgins? How does Higgins respond?
6 Pages 39-41: According to Mrs Pages 39-41: According to Mrs. Pearce, which of Higgins’ character traits may be a problem while he is teaching Eliza?
7 Pages 46-47: According to Mr Pages 46-47: According to Mr. Doolittle, people who believe in “middle class morality” look down on him and refuse to help him. Why?
8 Page 47: How much money would Mr Page 47: How much money would Mr. Doolittle like to take away from Wimpole Street? Why doesn’t he want more?
9 Page 49: Eliza disapproves of something in the bathroom at Higgins’ house. What is it, and why does she disapprove?
10 Page 51Higgins warns Eliza about something—what is it? What issue is raised?HIGGINS. Besides, you shouldnt cut your old friends now that you have risen in the world. Thats what we call snobbery.