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1  You really are very helpless, Freddy.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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2  Freddy had no money and no occupation.
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3  The parlor-maid returns, ushering Freddy.
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4  I'm not going to have my masterpiece thrown away on Freddy.
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5  He is in the same plight as Freddy, very wet about the ankles.
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6  I'll marry Freddy, I will, as soon as he's able to support me.
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7  Freddy bows and sits down in the Elizabethan chair, infatuated.
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8  Freddy goes out on the balcony to catch another glimpse of Eliza.
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9  Freddy Hill writes to me twice and three times a day, sheets and sheets.
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10  If Freddy had a bit of gumption, he would have got one at the theatre door.
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11  A clerkship at thirty shillings a week was beneath Freddy's dignity, and extremely distasteful to him besides.
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12  Freddy rushes in out of the rain from the Southampton Street side, and comes between them closing a dripping umbrella.
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13  He shakes Freddy's hand, and almost slings him on the ottoman with his face to the windows; then comes round to the other side of it.
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14  Eliza's desire to have Freddy in the house with her seemed of no more importance than if she had wanted an extra piece of bedroom furniture.
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15  Unless Freddy is biologically repulsive to her, and Higgins biologically attractive to a degree that overwhelms all her other instincts, she will, if she marries either of them, marry Freddy.
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16  She could quarter herself on Wimpole Street because it had come to be her home; but she was quite aware that she ought not to quarter Freddy there, and that it would not be good for his character if she did.
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17  It lasted a long time because Freddy did not know how to spend money, never having had any to spend, and Eliza, socially trained by a pair of old bachelors, wore her clothes as long as they held together and looked pretty, without the least regard to their being many months out of fashion.
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