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The fact that most of the play, with the exception of Act I, takes place in the homes of Higgins and Mrs. Higgins emphasizes
the effect of the severe cold of London on the characters.
the graciousness and generosity of the wealthy.
the sentimentality with which Shaw views London and his subject matter.
the limited access the poor and middle class have to the wealthy.
the extravagant style of the wealthy.