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The characters of Maggie and Will progress very interestingly over the first two acts both as individuals and collectively Maggies character doesnt particularly change that much although we see her kinder side come out on occasions It is Will who we see change the most but for this we can give credit to Maggie who has easily been his most influential figure at this present time Maggie is extremely ambitious and she knows she can do better than working for her alcoholic father at his shop She is very determined and has a strong will to succeed in life This is seen in both her professional life and in her encounters with Will She is a pushy to the point of aggressive saleswomen who is practical with a no-nonsense attitude This is probably due to the fact that since her mother died she has been given the responsibility of looking after a continuously increasing drunk for a father However it is her determination and self drive that she wants to install in Will as it is obvious to all that his potential and natural talent for leather is there to be built upon and under Maggies guidance and sales technique they could reach the very pinnacle of their profession Maggie adores Will and wants her family to not only accept him for the excellent worker that he is but to respect him for the man that he is We realise that this is not a sudden adoration of Will on Maggies behalf as she admits that she has counted on Will for the last six months She also got a kinder side to her hardened nature which is shown by her keenness to have her sisters present at the wedding and also her willingness to sacrifice her own happiness and let Will marry Eda Maggies overall character has immediate effect on Will as under her influence he stands up to Hobson
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