Welcome to the Monkey House - Deer in the Works Summary & Analysis

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Deer in the Works Summary

David Potter applies for a job at the Illium Works. David owns a weekly paper, but his family is expanding and he needs more money. Mr. Dilling offers David a job and he takes it.

David calls his wife, who doesn't think David will be happy at the Works, but she backs down, making him promise to wait a month to sell his paper. David is manic—excited about his benefits and spouting the speeches he's apparently been listening to, which the Illium Works people give all day.

The company president, Mr. Flammer talks with David about the rating-sheet system, which keeps track of each employee's progress and worth. David feels his first twinge of doubt about working for a large corporation, but he pushes it away. Flammer keeps talking about the business and looking out...

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