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Comment on the mingling of genres in Pygmalion.
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If this question was given to you by a teacher you should go back and ask her/him to clarify it. 'Pygmalion' is a play, a drama to be enacted on stage and is thus an example of one genre. Apart from Shaw's idiosyncrasies, notably his elaborate stage directions, it is fairly conventional as a stage drama and there is no significant mingling of genres in it.
Posted by anzio45 on January 16, 2009 at 6:31 PM (Answer #1)
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