In "Pygmalion" by G.B. Shaw, explore the ways Eliza/Henry (or any key character) are presented to the audience. Use examples from the play's text in your response.

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-Flower Girl: Nah then, Freddy: look wh' y' gowin, deah (enotes.com eText, p. 7).

Other than the audience first being able to see Eliza dressed poorly as a flower girl, Shaw first presents her character through her dialect . (Even the words written out for Eliza's dialogue are...

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