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Which of the following statements best describes the playwright's purpose in changing settings in Act III to Mrs. Higgins' residence?

A

Mrs. Higgins' drawing room highlights how out of place Eliza is in high society.

B

Mrs. Higgins' drawing room provides a view of society that contrasts Higgins' isolated lab.

C

Mrs. Higgins' home in Chelsea portrays the superficiality of high society.

D

The drawing room in Mrs. Higgins' home provides a portrait of a variety of classes in London society.

E

Mrs. Higgins' home in Chelsea provides insight into Henry Higgins' aristocratic upbringing.

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