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Pygmalion is about the effort made by a professor of phonetics to educate and refine a cockney girl who has a deplorably cockney accent, and how it all rebounds in an interesting way. However, the end of the play is a return to reality as Eliza needs to return to her ordinary day-to-day life after a tryst with refinement. It provokes readers to think about the irony of the Pygmalion is about the effort made by a professor of phonetics to educate and refine a cockney girl who has a deplorably cockney accent, and how it all rebounds in an interesting way. However, the end of the play is a return to reality as Eliza needs to return to her ordinary day-to-day life after a tryst with refinement. It provokes readers to think about the irony of the situation. Shaw’s plays mark a milestone in the history of British drama as they show a movement away from romanticism to realism. They are marked by a peculiarly pungent and witty satire that invoked both admiration and disdain. They not only provoked readers to think but also helped them notice the humour and irony of situations that were ordinarily taken for granted, and to delve below the surfaces of refinement to examine some of the pleasant and unpleasant truths of human existence. This AC Ward series has been now enhanced and enriched with additional student-friendly features such as analyses of themes and characterisation, act-wise summaries and questions and also a select reading list.

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Pygmalion is about the effort made by a professor of phonetics to educate and refine a cockney girl who has a deplorably cockney accent, and how it all rebounds in an interesting way. However, the end of the play is a return to reality as Eliza needs to return to her ordinary day-to-day life after a tryst with refinement. It provokes readers to think about the irony of the Pygmalion is about the effort made by a professor of phonetics to educate and refine a cockney girl who has a deplorably cockney accent, and how it all rebounds in an interesting way. However, the end of the play is a return to reality as Eliza needs to return to her ordinary day-to-day life after a tryst with refinement. It provokes readers to think about the irony of the situation. Shaw’s plays mark a milestone in the history of British drama as they show a movement away from romanticism to realism. They are marked by a peculiarly pungent and witty satire that invoked both admiration and disdain. They not only provoked readers to think but also helped them notice the humour and irony of situations that were ordinarily taken for granted, and to delve below the surfaces of refinement to examine some of the pleasant and unpleasant truths of human existence. This AC Ward series has been now enhanced and enriched with additional student-friendly features such as analyses of themes and characterisation, act-wise summaries and questions and also a select reading list.
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Title Pygmalion (rev Edn) Height
Bernard Shaw Width
ISBN-13 9788125042495 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #8125042490 Spine Width
Publisher Orient Blackswan Pvt Ltd Pages 0
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