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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?
Mrs. Higgins' drawing room highlights how out of place Eliza is in high society.
Mrs. Higgins' drawing room provides a view of society that contrasts Higgins' isolated lab.
Mrs. Higgins' home in Chelsea portrays the superficiality of high society.
The drawing room in Mrs. Higgins' home provides a portrait of a variety of classes in London society.
Mrs. Higgins' home in Chelsea provides insight into Henry Higgins' aristocratic upbringing.