Feminist Literary Criticism
By the end of the play, in your opinion does Henry Higgins change his perspective of women or of people in general (maybe of the lower classes) and if so, does he change enough? Does he change his perspective of Eliza? Does he truly respect her? Using archetypal, cultural, and feminist criticism compare Henry to Pygmalion in their perspectives of relationships to others, perhaps with a particular focus on their relationship to women.