Pygmalion

Pygmalion

Discrimination Society has been split apart since renossance England. The novel Pygmalion written by Bernard Shaw demonstrates that proper speech and a fake appearance can easily fool the upper class English. Different levels of society are usually seperated because of money, appearance and speech, and attitude. Pygmalion satirizes the snobbery of the upper class English society. Money is always the major cause of class separation, which leads to class discrimination. Eliza arrives at Mr. Higgens house in a taxi. She emphasizes her arrival by taxi because she wants to impress Mr. Higgens and his guest. ?Did you tell him I come in a taxi? (37). She questions Mrs. Pearce about informing Mr. Higgens about her arrival in a taxi because she wants to reinforce her financial status to Mr. Highness. She does not want to give off the impression of a lower class flower girl. She feels because she can afford to pay him for his assistance, she should be accepted into his upper or middle class society. Mr. Higgens counter?s by calling out large sums of money to make her feel uncomfortable unwelcome. Mr. Doolittle enforces the role of money in both classes. His begging shows the lack of

pygmalion, class, because, upper, money, higgens, mr, eliza, society, girl, attitude, flower, daughter, appearance, taxi, speech, proper, pearce, mrs, england, about, treated, mother, lady, house, feels, english, arrival, upon, trash, towards, though, socialize, snobbish, shows, should, rude

Leave a reply

Your email adress will not be published. Required fields are marked*