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Pygmalion [adapted - Treasury of Illustrated Classics]

by George Bernard Shaw

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0766631745, Hardcover)

This book is an adaptation of the classic novel Pygmalion. Pygmalion is a comedy which features a unique relationship between a spunky flower girl and her speech professor. In this George Bernard Shaw classic, flower girl Eliza Doolittle teaches her speech professor Henry Higgins that being a lady is more than just speaking like one. This easy-to-read adaptation is guaranteed to hook beginning readers not yet ready to tackle the original.

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Professor Henry Higgins thinks he can turn Eliza Doolittle, a poor flower seller, into a duchess by teaching her how to speak and look a certain way.

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