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Which of the following stage directions BEST exemplifies a major truth about Rebecca as she's been portrayed in the play thus far?
"Her voice breaks; she looks up at him. Silence. Hale is impressed. Parris looks to him. He goes to his books, opens one, turns pages, then reads. All wait, avidly."
"She goes out; they feel resentful of her note of moral superiority."
"With a tasty love of intellectual pursuit."
"Rebecca, with great pain, turns her face away. There is a pause."
"Parris, with trepidation - and resentment:"