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What does this excerpt from Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw reveal about Eliza’s character?

THE FLOWER GIRL: Oh, we are proud! He ain't above giving lessons, not him: I heard him say so. Well, I ain't come here to ask for any compliment; and if my money's not good enough I can go elsewhere.

HIGGINS: Good enough for what?

THE FLOWER GIRL: Good enough for ye—oo. Now you know, don't you? I'm come to have lessons, I am. And to pay for em too: make no mistake.

HIGGINS (stupent): WELL!!! (Recovering his breath with a gasp) What do you expect me to say to you?

THE FLOWER GIRL: Well, if you was a gentleman, you might ask me to sit down, I think. Don't I tell you I'm bringing you business?

HIGGINS: Pickering: shall we ask this baggage to sit down or shall we throw her out of the window?

THE FLOWER GIRL (running away in terror to the piano, where she turns at bay): Ah—ah—ah—ow—ow—ow—oo! (Wounded and whimpering) I won't be called a baggage when I've offered to pay like any lady.

A.
She is self-centered and does not respect others.
B.
She has pride and expects to be treated with respect.
C.
She wants to marry a rich man so that she can become a true lady.
D.
She likes to waste all of her money despite being poor.

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b

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Answer: B because if you look at this passage

"THE FLOWER GIRL: Oh, we are proud! He ain't above giving lessons, not him: I heard him say so. Well, I ain't come here to ask for any compliment; and if my money's not good enough I can go elsewhere."

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