Pygmalion Analysis

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The play Pygmalion by George B. Shaw. Citiques how people treat one another by showing Pickering and Higgins treating Liza like a doll. Higgins and Pickering do not think they are treating her like a doll, but they are because they try to change how she acts. However, one cannot change how somebody acts. They are treating her like she is not a human being. When Higgins told her to mind her own business when she was talking to his mom, it shows she cannot do anything without Higgins telling her to stop. In the play Pygmalion, by George Bernard Shaw, he points out that people need to be treated as human beings and not like animals because when they are treated like animals the resent builds up and eventually they will explode. At first, Liza…show more content…
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That Higgins and Pickering are treating Liza like she is a doll. Liza do not want to be treated like a doll she just want them to treat her like she is a lady. And that is what she told Higgins at the end of the play. Pickering treats her like a princess but that is not how Higgins treats her. He treat her like she is a maid but she is not. He do not see it but he do if you watch how he tell her to do something but if she needed, how to do something she will ask miss Pearce who is a maid at Higgins house. I thing he was treating her like a dog because he make her talk when he say talk.. According to the article ‘’Your calling me Miss Doolittle that day when I first came to Wimpole Street. That was the beginning of self-respect for me. [She resumes her stitching]. And there were a hundred little things you never noticed, because they came naturally to
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