In the fifth years at Liger, it seem like everything has changed. One of the thing that had changed at Liger is English Literacy class. In our English class we had read a play name Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw and I wrote an argument essay about one of the character in the movies which is Eliza Doolittle.
Would you believe that an uneducated woman who is optimistic, can she improves her life? The play: Pygmalion, by George Bernard Shaw. Eliza Doolittle is a flower girl, who find the opportunity to improve her life by learning with Professor Higgins and Colonel Pickering to read and speak proper English. Eliza Doolittle’s both internal and external characteristic had changed. Even though she has changed both, the internal and external characteristic, but it seems she most likely has changed her external characteristic more than internal characteristic.
Eliza Doolittle is the main character in the play Pygmalion, and the audiences meet her in Act I. At the beginning of Act I, Eliza acts like she is an immature girl who is dramatic, always whines and cries, whenever someone touches, hurts or says something to her just a bit. Eliza said, “Ah—ow—ooh! [Picking up a couple of florins] Aaah—ow—ooh! [Pick-ing up several coins] Aaaaaah—ow—ooh! [Picking up a half-sovereign] Aaaaaaaaaaah—ow—ooh!!!” she cries and whines and acts like she is a little girl who had been hurt by others. This demonstrates how she is acting like an immature girl because she lacks self-confidence .
At the beginning of Act I, Eliza acts like she is an immature girl who is dramatic and always cries and whines, whenever someone hurt her a bit. But at the end of Act V, her internal characteristic changes, from the immature girl to a proper lady. But at the end of Act V Eliza comes back to Higgins’s laboratory, wore beautiful Victorian clothes with a work-basket and said confidently to Professor Higgins, “How do you do, Professor Higgins? Are you quite well?” Here she knows how to talk properly and have self-confidence for herself to do a small talk with Professor Higgins and Colonel Pickering.
Eliza Doolittle’s both internal and external characteristic had changed. Even though she has changed both the internal and external but it seems like she most likely to change her external characteristic, more than internal characteristic. The evidence shows that in Act I Eliza is an immature girl who whines and cries a lot, but at the end of Act V she has more confidence in herself.