Brief: Write the first play in a trilogy.
She surveys her last bit of work, nods to herself in approval, and goes on.
ELIZA: But before… before all the mass production that took the soul out of handwork we used needles made from bone. Oh, you modern stitchers will wrinkle your noses and call it disgusting, but those bone needles had a bit of a curve to them, made the sewing go smoother, and their points were sharper than what you know.
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