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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?


Henry is pleased with Eliza's independence.


Henry wanted Eliza to leave all along.


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


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


Henry is infatuated with Eliza.

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