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    girl. Over the years, the father and daughter duo managed to build a bond that was strong, loving and caring. Just a few miles up the road was the Hamley estate. The Hamley family developed a close connection with the Gibson family. Squire Hamley and Lady Hamley have two sons Osborne and Roger. With both sons are attending Cambridge University to become scholar’s in their field of poetry and science. Occasionally, Squire Hamley would ask Dr. Gibson if Molly could come by for a visit because his wife

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    82). When present in the unconscious, an archetype shapes thoughts, feelings, moods, speech, and actions. The ‘prostitute with a heart of gold’ originated in early Greek mythology as the story of Pygmalion. Next, a more modern version called My Fair Lady was written and performed in the 1950’s. Then in the 1980’s the movie Pretty Woman came out, which has the same story line as the other two, although it is a lot more modernized and the theme of a ‘prostitute with a heart of gold’ is much more

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    Comparing Pygmalion and My Fair Lady

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    Comparing Pygmalion and My Fair Lady Through the years, countless film directors have adapted and recreated various novels and plays to make them ideal for the big-screen. In many cases, directors strive to keep their screenplay adaptations true to the original literature; however, viewers often find contrasts in certain areas of the film. George Bernard Shaw, author of the play Pygmalion, who had passed away prior to the production of My Fair Lady in 1964, therefore, he could not assist in

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    The Immaturity of Professor Higgins in Pygmalion Professor Higgins is seen throughout Pygmalion as a very rude man. While one may expect a well educated man, such as Higgins, to be a gentleman, he is far from it.  Higgins believes that how you treated someone is not important, as long as you treat everyone equally. The great secret, Eliza, is not having bad manners or good manners or any other particular sort of manners, but having the same manner for all human souls: in short, behaving

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    The Primary Ways in Which Eliza Doolittle Changes In George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, Henry Higgins, an expert in phonetics, makes a bet with his friend Colonel Pickering that he will be able to change Eliza Doolittle from a poor, uneducated Cockney flower girl into an eloquent duchess in just six months. It is stated that Higgins wins the bet if Eliza can pass off as a duchess at an ambassador’s garden party. In the end, Eliza’s training is successful, for everyone at the party believes that she

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    while. Kelle stands outside the Modeling agency’s door. She takes a deep breath, pushes the door open, and walks inside. A tall lady walks into the room and calls Kelle’s name. Kelle follows her into a small officewhere her height is measured. Kelle’s to short to be a runway model but she doesn’t want to be a runway model, she wants to be a model in pictures. However, the lady doesn’t care what Kelle wants and rushes her out of the room. Kelle walks around New York City barefoot. She finds herself in

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    exhausted in my entire life and now I have time to sleep and do some schoolwork. I know this is a day late and I am sorry, but Sunday I just couldn’t function anymore. During the production of “Black Comedy” I learned how to speak with a Standard British and Cockney dialect, was able to participate in the erection and demolition of a big set, and realized how much actors rely on each other during a performance. This production was hard, but an enjoyable learning experience. Never in my life had I used

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    A Fair Lady

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    A Fair Lady, worthy of Pygmalion Consider this possibility: a romantic comedy with no nudity, no sex, and no kissing. In fact, there aren't even any declarations of love. The closest the female character comes to admitting her feelings is saying that she could have danced all night with the man; the closest he gets is remarking that he's grown accustomed to her face. Could such a project lift off the pad in today's climate? Almost certainly not - no studio would green light the film without

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    G. B. Shaw's 'Pygmalion'

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    Doolittle, how to speak English in an upper-class manner and transform her as to pass her off for a lady. In one sense she is the very antithesis of Galatea, since she starts a child of nature and ends an artefact. Nor is Higgins ever allowed to acknowledge to himself that he might fall in love with her. But another sense runs counter to this. Eliza’s transformation is more than from a common girl to lady. Higgins begins with what is to him no meant, and eventually has to acknowledge his creation as

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    passing her off as a duchess at the royal ball. Pygmalion was later adapted into the film, My Fair Lady in 1964, and although there are many differences between the two, the play delivers Shaw’s central message of social criticism, which is not to interfere within other social classes and not to meddle in society, more effectively than the movie. There are many distinctions between Pygmalion and My Fair Lady, which helps the play deliver Shaw’s message, which is not to intrude in other social classes

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