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You know, Pickering, that woman has the most extraordinary ideas about me. Here I am, a shy, diffident sort of man. Ive never been able to feel really grown-up and tremendous, like other chaps. And yet shes firmly persuaded that I'm an arbitrary overbearing bossing kind of person, I can't account for it. (Pygmalion, Act II)

Which of the following best describes Higgins's perception of himself?


As a bachelor, Higgins knows himself especially well.


As a man of science, Higgins can objectively view himself.


Higgins perceives himself to be a loud, bold and opinionated man of confidence.


Higgins possesses very little understanding of himself.


Higgins sees himself as a genteel scholar.

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