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Comparison of the Culture and Value in "Pygmalion" and "Pretty Woman"

Summary: Essay compares the culture and value in "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw and "Pretty Woman" directed by Garry Marshall.
Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw and Pretty Woman directed by Garry Marshall both deal with the issues of wealth, social class and gender roles but in two very different societies. These issues are the values from each society that each composer considers. These issues are shown by the composers through a variety of methods. The language of each text differs greatly in both but provide an effective means of setting the context. The form of both texts is different also, however this is aimed towards the audience and the appropriate method for conveying each composer's point of view is used. These different issues create a way for the composers to gather the ideas and themes and by using the very basic plotline of the original Pygmalion myth they can express this. The `sculpting' of the ideal woman is referred...

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