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by George Bernard Shaw

Pygmalion: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. We have everything from slang to small talk. Which theme is this? -> Language
2. Pygmalion is about turning a girl into a -> Princess
3. The play wants us to ask ourselves what I really means to think about different versions of the self, and whether that self can ever really be changed. Which theme is this? -> Identity
4. __ can be deceiving and the trick is to learn how to judge. -> Class
5. We see different types of influence and control, sometimes literal and other times metaphorical. Which theme is this? -> Manipulation