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Publisher's Summary

Pygmalion remains one of the most popular stories, but mainly in the medium of the musical; the evergreen My Fair Lady. But much of the charm and wit comes from the words and timing in Shaw's original play. Here are the characters of Professor Higgins, his friend Colonel Pickering, and their charge, Eliza Doolittle.
This delightful comedy is presented in its original play version, with the extended narrations setting the background and concluding the drama.
Public Domain © Bernard Shaw; (P)2002 NAXOS AudioBooks Ltd.
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By Kellee M. Lyons on 12-11-12

Classroom Use

I used this version for my high school senior English classroom. It was much better than having the students read it aloud, but it was missing parts from the play itself (even though it says it is unabridged). I don't know if that is an editor's issue with the version we use in class or how Shaw printed it. It was easy to figure out though.

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By Maxine on 08-13-17

Oh Eliza.

Eliza's voice tended to screechiness a bit too often for me. Good story, voiced like a radio play.

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By Highlight on 08-23-17

I LOVE ❤️PYGMALION

A masterpiece let down by these most unsuitable of actors who come across like an amateur dramatics society.

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By Karen Forster on 06-15-17

Not Bad

Not a bad performance, but found Eliza's transition from gutter snipe to Dutchess a little lacking.

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