The Effulgence Within: Eliza's transformation from a squashed cabbage leaf into a duchess

Friday, November 24, 2017

Eliza's transformation from a squashed cabbage leaf into a duchess

In Shaw's Pygmalion when Eliza first appears as a flower-girl she does not cut a romantic figure. Between eighteen and twenty, she wears a dusty sailor hat, her mousy coloured hair badly needs washing, her shoddy black coat and coarse, brown skirt have long been exposed to the soot of London, her... Sign in to see full entry.

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