See Miss Clara Eynsford Hill.
See Alfred Doolittle.
Alfred is Liza's father, whom Shaw describes as "an elderly but vigorous dustman.... He has well marked and rather interesting features, and seems equally free from fear or conscience. He has a remarkably expressive voice, the result of a habit of giving vent to his feelings without reserve." Doolittle describes himself as the "undeserving poor," who need just as much as the deserving but never get anything because of the disapproval of...
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