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Pygmalion and Equality
Shaw's play, Pygmalion, demonstrates the belief that all people are created equal and all have equal ability and opportunity to achieve and succeed in every aspect of life, by revealing the absurdity of the class system of Victorian England. This belief goes strongly against Victorian era's views of social stature; social roles and classes were regarded as natural and fairly inflexible. Shaw, who was an ardent socialist, saw flaws in this way of thinking, and rebelled against it in his many writings. This can be see in Shaw's treatment of Eliza, Colonel Pickering's behavior, as well as Sha…
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