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What is the main conflict in Act IV?
Eliza struggles with maintaining her lady-like decorum despite the months of study.
Eliza is conflicted by her contrasting feelings of love and hatred for Henry Higgins.
Eliza considers her performance a failure because of Higgins's failure to recognize her work.
Eliza becomes aware that her success in society will not result in her satisfaction in life.
Eliza is overwhelmed with the opportunities her new social gifts allow her.