What does higgins do to ruin doolittle’s life?

What does higgins do to ruin doolittle's life? calls doolittle "england's most original moralist" to an american millionaire gives him a great deal of money in exchange for his daughter gives him a guilty conscience as to how he has raised his daughter and forcing him to marry prevented him from working as a dustman by revealing doolittle's true age

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Calls Doolittle "Englands most original moralist" to an American millionaire
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the correct answer is calls Doolittle "England's most original moralist" to an American millionaire

Explanation: In Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw, Doolittle is Eliza Doolittle so it is supposed to be her not him.

Higgins goes around telling rumors about Doolittle's life in Pygmalion. It was a attempt to try to turn people against Doolittle.

Higgins took under his wing Eliza Doolittle away from the streets. Her job when she was on the streets is to peddle her wares as a flower girl. After taking Eliza under his wing, he taught her how to speak English accurately coupled with a civilized accent and also taught her how to behave in a sophisticated manner.

He ruined her life by destroying and rebuilding her so called "poor" identity
And so made her lose who she really is

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