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of the play is the turning point of how the audience is going to feel about Higgins. They may sympathise as they have felt the same way as him, or they may think it serves him right.
I think that members of the audience can sympathise with Henry Higgins as the play goes on. Aspects of his character – his lack of empathy, his anger, his arrogance – may turn the audience against him at first. But as the story progresses his honest, humourous insults and childlike attitude make Higgins a character that people love to hate.