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In Act V, which of the following is NOT ironic about Doolittle's newly acquired wealth?
The American millionaire rewards Doolittle for his morality when in reality Doolittle prides himself on being immoral.
The American millionaire is sabotaging his own goals in rewarding morality by corrupting Doolittle.
The wealth causes Doolittle unhappiness instead of relief from poverty.
Doolittle will now be giving money to Higgins, for language lessons, when Higgins used to give money to Doolittle.
Doolittle will now have to care for Eliza when she was caring for him.