„Pygmalion” by George Bernard Shaw
On 20th October III b class and some students from our school went to Eskulap in Poznan to see a play Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw and directed by Peter Joucla.
Pygmalion is a story about Eliza Doolittle – a penniless girl who sells flowers in the street. She wants to learn how to speak English correctly. She meets Henry Higgins – a speech expert who makes a bet with his friend that he can pass her of as a princess. But for Eliza it is much more than just a bet. Her life has been changed for ever. Now she is a princess, all she can do is getting married.
Tekst: Kasia Domagalska
English Around The World
I Love Shakespeare
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