Mrs. Iggins At The Picture Palace - Part 2


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  1. Characters: Mrs. Higgins, Higgins, Mrs. Eynsford Hill, Miss (Clara) Eynsford Hill, Pickering, Freddy, Eliza. 1. What do we learn about Mrs. Higgins from the description of her house that begins the Act? 2. Why is Mrs. Higgins not very welcoming to Henry? 3. Give two reasons Higgins gives for not being “bothered” with young women. 4.
  2. Higgins tells Mrs. Pearce to wash Eliza, throw out her dirty clothes, and get new ones. Eliza protests and Mrs. Pearce tells Higgins that he cannot "walk over everybody," Higgins apologizes and says that he wants to help Eliza better her life. Mrs. Pearce tells him he can't "take a girl up like that as if you were picking up a pebble on the beach.".
  3. Mrs. Higgins is not pleased about this unsolicited visit from a common flower girl, but she has no time to oppose before Mrs. and Miss Eynsford Hill (the mother and daughter from the first scene) are shown into the parlor by the parlor-maid. Colonel Pickering enters soon after, followed by Freddy Eynsford Hill, the hapless son from Covent Garden.
  4. Mrs. Higgins says that Mr. Doolittle can take care of Eliza now that he has money. Higgins protests, saying that Eliza belongs to him, since he paid for her. Mrs. Higgins tells her son not to be absurd, and then reveals Eliza is actually upstairs. She tells Pickering and Higgins that she has learned of how horribly they treated Eliza, though.
  5. Mrs. Higgins. Professor Higgins' mother, Mrs. Higgins is a stately lady in her sixties who sees the Eliza Doolittle experiment as idiocy, and Higgins and Pickering as senseless children. She is the first and only character to have any qualms about the whole affair. When her worries prove true, it .
  6. Next day at 11 a.m. Higgins's laboratory in Wimpole Street. It is a room on the first floor, looking on the street, and was meant for the drawing-room. The double doors are in the middle of the back wall; and persons entering find in the corner to their right two tall file cabinets at right angles.
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  8. Picture Palace Music. Profile: Berlin / Vienna based electronic project. Main idea of the group is to reproduce the musical dynamic and experiments of old "live" accompaniment for silent movies and to give them a modern soundtrack with nowadays technical options. Current line-up.
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