PROBLEMS AND EMOTIONS IN PYGMALION BY BERNARD SHAW
K. Shenbagapriya , J.S. Jemeena
Cockney, throes, prejudice.
Pygmalion is one of the well-known plays of George Bernard Shaw. The Cockney vernacular of Eliza creates crisis in her life. Shaw’s Pygmalion is which deals with throes and sufferings of Eliza’s enunciation and mostly the love of Eliza was not familiar by Higgins. Pygmalion is essentially a feel of love but the major part revolves around problems, which discusses about love then class prejudice and finally leads to a unhappy ending. The love of a flower girl Eliza had been devastated by the rude Higgins. Although Shaw called this play as ‘romance’ it is actually a trouble play. It presents two problems. The first is the problem of education, and the second is the problem of the sounds of the English Literature.