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Which of the following details does NOT contribute to the Cinderella motif present in the play?
"The mantelpiece strikes twelve" when Eliza, Higgins, and Pickering return from the dinner party and opera (Act IV).
Eliza has replaced her "nearly clean apron" and" "shoddy coat" in Act II with a "brilliant evening dress" and "diamonds" in Act IV.
Mrs. Higgins's generosity serves as a allusion to the fairy godmother.
The reoccurring reference to taxis can be connected to the carriage in the fairy tale.
Eliza's throwing of Henry Higgins's slippers in Act IV symbolizes her rejection of the Cinderella role.