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Pygmalion

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POV in Act III

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In the middle of the room there is a big ottoman; and this, with the carpet, the Morris wall-papers, and the Morris chintz window curtains and brocade covers of the ottoman and its cushions, supply all the ornament, and are much too handsome to be hidden by odds and ends of useless things.

The phrase "much too handsome to be hidden by odds and ends of useless things" seems to express the point of view of

A

Mrs. Higgins.

B

the playwright.

C

Henry Higgins.

D

Colonel Pickering.

E

Eliza.