In the myth of Pygmalion, a sculptor creates a statue of a woman so
beautiful that he falls in love with it. His obsession with the statue
takes over his life.
In the musical My Fair Lady, Professor Henry Higgins tries to train a
poor flower seller, Eliza Doolittle, to speak like a rich person so that she
can pass as a lady. Gradually, Henry starts to fall in love with her.
What motif is present in both the myth and the modern story?
C. Losing oneself to a task
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the autor of the text is bringing the point that one achievment of the president john f. kennedy was a success and this caused the next president to use a similar idea. the purposefor the use of the quotation in the text is to support the idea that peace corps was a result of the president's call. in this case, the quotation is presented as part of the writing and does not stand on its own.
i think the answer is b