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Quotes from Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
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1  Every girl has a right to be loved.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
Get Context   In ACT V
2  There's not one to be had for love or money.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
Get Context   In ACT I
3  Well, you never fall in love with anyone under forty-five.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
Get Context   In ACT III
4  Girls like me can drag gentlemen down to make love to them easy enough.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
Get Context   In ACT V
5  Eliza has no use for the foolish romantic tradition that all women love to be mastered, if not actually bullied and beaten.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
Get Context   In ACT V
6  Landor's remark that to those who have the greatest power of loving, love is a secondary affair, would not have recommended Landor to Eliza.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
Get Context   In ACT V
7  Landor's remark that to those who have the greatest power of loving, love is a secondary affair, would not have recommended Landor to Eliza.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
Get Context   In ACT V
8  Almost immediately after Eliza is stung into proclaiming her considered determination not to marry Higgins, she mentions the fact that young Mr. Frederick Eynsford Hill is pouring out his love for her daily through the post.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
Get Context   In ACT V
9  And it is notable that though she never nags her husband, and frankly loves the Colonel as if she were his favorite daughter, she has never got out of the habit of nagging Higgins that was established on the fatal night when she won his bet for him.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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10  She has even secret mischievous moments in which she wishes she could get him alone, on a desert island, away from all ties and with nobody else in the world to consider, and just drag him off his pedestal and see him making love like any common man.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
Get Context   In ACT V