• The play begins in the photography studio of a man named Styles.
• Styles comments on various newspaper stories, including the planned expansion of an automobile plant.
• Styles tells a story about working at a Ford automobile plant.
• In preparation for a visit from Henry Ford Jr., the workers slaved to make everything look good.
• The boss tried to make an inspirational speech but couldn't speak the workers' language.
• Styles interpreted for him but twisted the words to make him look like a fool.
• Styles tells of how Ford only visited for five minutes.
• He calls himself a "bloody fool" for staying in the job for six years.
• The job made him realize he was little more than a monkey working for someone else.
• Styles shows us his studio and calls it "a strong room of dreams".
• He says he takes photographs how customers want them so as...
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