The Crucible

what do the stage directions in act one reveal about the motives for the behavior of Thomas Putnam and Parris? cite specific details in response

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The stage notes explain that Thomas Putnam "is a man of many grievances". He feels offended that he was not given a greater office in the village. He has a chip on his shoulder and is never satisfied with what he gets.