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"The dinner was worse: sitting gorging there for over an hour, with nobody but a damned fool of a fashionable woman to talk to!" (Pygmalion, Act IV)

What is ironic about Henry's complaint?


He has just taught Eliza to speak and behave like these fashionable women he so detests.


He would never consider sitting by anyone other than a fashionable woman.


He is more of a fool than the women are.


He actually enjoys spending time with the fashionable set.


He rarely speaks to others so it is highly unlikely that he spoke at all to the fashionable woman.

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