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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is the possible suspect?
(d) No one.
2. What would be an immense challenge?
(a) Proving the suicide was just that.
(b) Obtaining legal compensation against the manufacturer.
(c) A fair investigation.
(d) A robot partner.
3. Who must pass a medical inspection?
(a) Anyone wishing to enter Spacetown.
(b) All humanoids.
(c) All newborn babies.
(d) Anyone over 60 years of age.
4. With what does Lije prefer Enderby to deal?
(a) The White-collar crimes.
(b) The Spacers.
(c) The paperwork.
(d) The government.
5. With what is Lije content?
(a) His wife.
(b) His family life.
(d) His position.
Short Answer Questions
1. To whom does Lije introduce Jesse?
2. What makes Lije feel disgust for robots?
3. Who is Jesse?
4. What shocks Lije?
5. What does the government call things such as riots?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Dr. Fastolfe explain the Spacers's paranoia about contact with Earthmen?
2. Why is Lije upset by R. Daneel's actions to control the crowd?
3. How are robots used by Earthmen versus Spacers?
4. What is the problem that Lije and R. Daneel encounter at the shoe store, and do you think the women are justified?
5. What do you think could be an advantage if a clerk who is serving you were a robot?
6. Why does Lije request Enderby to be a witness to a conversation Lije is about to have with Dr. Fastolfe and R. Daneel?
7. How did Lije meet Jesse, his wife, and what about their names may foreshadow something further in the story?
8. Does it seem Jessie's uneasiness about R. Daneel is her peculiar belief or do others share her sentiments?
9. What is Lije's rationale for believing Dr. Sarton is not dead, but that the Spacers want the Earthmen to believe Dr. Sarton is murdered by a City dweller?
10. Who is the murder victim and what do the Spacers think about his murder?
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