Nanjing Tech University Pujiang Institute, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 211200, China
This article, through the analysis of the actor Professor Henry Higgins, tries to point out that by parodying the plot of the mythology “Pygmalion”, George Bernard Shaw weaves his own classical drama of the same name. At the same time, this article makes analysis of the actress, Eliza Doolittle. Through her pilgrimage, Shaw’s drama surpasses the ancient Greek mythology, and comes to reality.
Pygmalion, Parody, Mythology, Reality
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