In George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion, how does Henry treat Eliza after the party and when she gives him his slippers?
After the party, Henry, Pickering, and Eliza return to the Wimpole Street laboratory. At this point, everyone is tired and ready to call it a night. Nevertheless, Henry and Pickering carry on a lively conversation about not leaving their coats and jackets carelessly strewn about the drawing-room. Pickering then asks Higgins whether they have any mail, and Henry, in turn, wonders aloud where his slippers are. Meanwhile, Eliza, the star of the evening, is ignored by both Henry and...
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