In what way or ways does Eliza change during the course of the play?
Eliza Doolittle is introduced as a poor flowergirl. In the beginning of the play she is described as a neglected and unromantic figure of the play." Her hair needs washing rather badly," emphasizes her appearance.
Beside that" She is as clean as she can afford to be".
Her English is distorted by a very strong accent that everybody immediately classifies her
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in love with her.
It is well known that Freddy is a looser and not able to earn money.
But he is deeply in love with Eliza.
He treats her with all the respect of the world, all the respect a refined lady should get and that is the most important issue for Eliza Doolittle.
He bought her a flower shop and gave her a better live than before although she doesn't really love him.