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"Higgins, left alone, rattles his cash in his pocket, chuckles; and disports himself in a highly self-satisfied manner." (Pygmalion, Act V)

What does Henry's behavior at the end of the play reveal about him?

A

Henry is pleased with Eliza's independence.

B

Henry wanted Eliza to leave all along.

C

Henry is too self-centered to provide Eliza with a satisfying life.

D

Henry is pleased that he doesn't have to go to Doolittle's wedding.

E

Henry is infatuated with Eliza.

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