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In Act II, Pickering's reception of the flower girl differs from Higgins's in that
Pickering is less interested in the young woman.
Pickering is more disgusted by the flower girl's appearance.
Pickering is more enthusiastic about her arrival.
Pickering is less shocked by the girl's hysterics than Higgins.
Pickering is more sensitive to the girl's feelings.