Are there any missing parts from Pygmalion in the etext version on this site?  In other words, is it the entire play?

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Well, I have just quickly checked through it and it seems all there to me. It even includes George Bernard Shaw's afterword at the end of Act V in which he attempted to clear up a few misconceptions that audiences were left with after watching the end of the play in terms of the fate of the characters and who Eliza marries and why. However, it is important to realise that this e-text doesn't just contain the text of the play, it is also an enhanced e-text, which means it contains an embedded glossary and special notes for readers which are indicated by a red dotted line that underlines various words and phrases. So, this is the full text, but also make sure you use the added bells and whistles to their full benefit in your use of the e-text! Enjoy!

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