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Pygmalion of ancient Greece fell in love with his one of his sculptures, in this tale, Professor Higgins falls for his student and pet project, Eliza Doolittle. Brilliantly played by beautiful Audrey Hepburn in the movie based on this play, My Fair Lady. Read this classic Play by the master himself, George Bernard Shaw. The play was described as "a love story with brusque diffidence and a wealth of humor." One of Shaw’s best and well-loved plays, this original reproduction is a wonderful read, even today.
A Classic literacy play written in times before the morrow, sophisticated in a way modern Broadway plays lack.
Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw is a classic literary play that was first published in London in 1913.
A true book of worth, a classic that lives in an era of timeless distinction. Early books emit an excellence unlike any from modern times. You will not be dissatisfied with this works, a Classic Play with social criticisms at its finest.
A Look Inside
“If you can’t appreciate what you’ve got, you’d better get what you can appreciate.”
“Happy is the man who can make a living by his hobby”
“I sold flowers. I didn't sell myself. Now you've made a lady of me I'm not fit to sell anything else.”
― George Bernard Shaw, Pygmalion
About the Book
The play centres around a phonetics professor named Henry Higgins who needs to teach a working-class flower girl named Eliza Doolittle how to behave and speak properly in order to make her into a proper lady. The play looks at identity, social class, and the power of words. Overall, Pygmalion is a story that has captivated people for many years. It deals with themes like change, identity, and the power of words. It is still praised and used in many different kinds of media, such as plays, shows, and movies.
A Stunning Reproduction
At Van Isle Publishing, we take every step possible to ensure the original integrity of this book has been upheld to its highest standard. This means that the texts in this story are unedited and unchanged from the original authors publication, preserving its earliest form for your indulgence. This title is one of the best Romantic comedy plays, of all time, words strung together with such romantic precision, a social criticism play that you just do not see in today’s age. This title will make an excellent gift to the classic George Bernard Shaw buff in your life or a fantastic addition to your current collection. We are ready to ship this book off to you today at lightning speed, so you will find yourself indulging in this title without delay.
● Original 1913 Text
● Romantic comedy, social criticism
• Historical Context
• Detailed 20th Century Historical bullet pointed context