Support the Monkey! Tell All your Friends and Teachers

Help / FAQ



<- Previous | First | Next ->
PinkMonkey.com Digital Library - PinkMonkey.com - Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw

Act I - 08 Act II - 42 Act III - 118 Act IV - 167 Act V - 191


MRS HIGGINS.


Well, you never fall in love with anyone under
forty-five. When will you discover that there are some rather
nice-looking young women about?

HIGGINS


Oh, I cant be bothered with young women. My idea of a
lovable woman is somebody as like you as possible. I shall
never get into the way of seriously liking young women: some
habits lie too deep to be changed.

(Rising abruptly and walking about, jingling his
money and his keys in his trouser pockets)


Besides, theyre all idiots.

MRS HIGGINS.

Do you know what you would do if you really loved me,
Henry?

HIGGINS

Oh bother! What? Marry, I suppose?

MRS HIGGINS.

No. Stop fidgeting and take your hands out of your pockets.
<- Previous | First | Next ->
PinkMonkey.com Digital Library - PinkMonkey.com - Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw

Act I - 08 Act II - 42 Act III - 118 Act IV - 167 Act V - 191



All Contents Copyright All rights reserved.
Further Distribution Is Strictly Prohibited.

About Us | Advertising | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Home Page


Search:
Keywords:
In Association with Amazon.com