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Pygmalion

Summary: The essential appeal of "Pygmalion" by Bernard Shaw lies not in Eliza's transformation but in the conflict of character.
The arousing of appeal is hoisted in numerous manners, however the most central allure is derived not from the most apparent happening, that is, the transformation of Eliza but rather the conflict of character. Pygmalion, written by Bernard Shaw demonstrates not only how one can evolve externally, but also the way in which people develop internally and both of these concepts are explored through the context of conflict. Conversely, Eliza's transformation plots a key premise however this ironically relates both directly and indirectly to the expression of conflict within a character. Furthermore, the essential appeal of Pygmalion is also demonstrated by the method of interaction conflict has with the supporting themes including, beauty, discrimination, class/ gender distinctions and how each of these in turn coincide with each other.

A person who develops is said to mature, expand in vast behavior, and establish an identity. Eliza stages through each of...

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