My Fair Lady Essay | My Fair Lady

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of My Fair Lady.
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My Fair Lady

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of the play, "My Fair Lady."
"My Fair Lady," is a musical comedy that tells about a poor flower girl, Eliza, who is later transformed into a proper lady. She spoke very bad English, with a cockney accent, and was very strong spirited. In the movie, "My Fair Lady," Eliza was not better for the changes because towards the end of the movie she spoke like she normally did. "Common, move your bloomin' legs." This was the most important part of the movie where Eliza yelled out in front of many people during the horse race.

The setting of the movie takes place in England, where Professor Henry Higgins and Colonel Pickering discover a poor lady selling flowers and spewing out the most dreadful words in a cockney accent. When Professor Higgins throws money into her flower basket, we expect that they will never meet again. Eliza proudly marches up to the professor's...

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