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In the opening of Act IV, Eliza's behavior contrasts that of Higgins and Pickering's in that
she is tired whereas they are excitedly full of energy.
she is sulking and quiet whereas they are slightly drunk and pleased.
she is talkative whereas they are worn out and thoughtful.
she is carefully timid whereas they are bombastic.
she is relieved whereas they are agitated by the events of the night.