The Crucible

breifly explain how those stage directions help to portray the personality of each character?

conern the characters of thomas putnam and john proctor in act 1 of the crucible

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Both Putnam and Proctor show up at different times in act 1. Each entrance is prefaced by a narrative by Miller. Putnam is described as a money-grubbing vindictive man. Proctor is described as a man in his thirties who hates hypocrites. Proctor struggles with his own hypocrisies while trying to maintain some semblance of truth in Salem. I'm not sure what else to write in terms of stage direction. If there is something particular that you mean, just e back on this thread.