into consideration, it's hard to pass judgment on Higgins. He begins bossing Eliza around rather quickly, telling her what to do, manipulating her with big promises and chocolatehe can tell a chocoholic from a mile away, you have to give him that. Higgins makes a bet with another scientist, Colonel Pickering, that he can, in six months, make a Cockney flower girl speak so well that she can be passed off as a duchess. Wannafeller leaves Doolittle an income of four thousand pounds a year. Freddy Eynsford Hill, freddy Eynsford Hill, the uneducated and unintelligent son of an impoverished noble family. He gets so angry he nearly hurts her, and he ultimately puts her into a very tricky position. When around parents the teenager is rude and inconsiderate yet when among his friends he a complete gentleman.
Alfred Doolittle, a dustman, Elizas father. Henry Higgins, however, lives by a variety of variations of this philosophy. He teaches her to speak like a noblewoman. He even marries his old woman. It turns out he treats women like trash sometimes, and his motives for taking on Pickering's bet seem less than sincere. Much like an author never sees a work as finished, Higgins could not view Eliza lady or duchess. Pearce, point out how unfair this all is and how, in Mrs. He is consistently rude towards Eliza, Mrs. Oh, and he has this weird thing for women that remind him of his mom.
Higgins could never see the new Eliza. An ignorant, pretentious, and useless snob, Clara is at length redeemed by reading the works. Higgins thinks it unnatural for Eliza to have feelings. Perfect, but he has heart. By the end of the second act, things have become more complicated.