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Higgins's transformation of Eliza into a lady

A

Frees her from the oppression of poverty.

B

Does not free her from Higgins's objectification of her.

C

Allows her independence from her father.

D

Reminds her of her moral duty as a member of the middle class.

E

Emphasizes her obligation to Higgins and Pickering as her sponsors.

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