The correct answer is a night on the town. When Doolittle meets Higgins and Pickering, he actually wants to sell his daughter to him for five pounds. He thinks she will have a better life there and he will spend that money "wisely." This are his actual words: <span><em>"Just one good spree for myself and the missus, giving pleasure to ourselves and employment to others, and satisfaction to you to think it's not been throwed away. You couldn't spend it better."</em></span>
The grasshopper is the poet of summer; the cricket is the poet of winter.Inthis poem, the grasshopper is a symbol of hot summer and cricket is a symbol of cold winter. The poet says that the music of nature or earth is always alive whether it is hot summer or cold and bleak winter. During the hot summer, all the singing birds are tired and take rest under the shady branches of trees.