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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. About what does Lije press Daneel?
(a) Enderby being a suspect.
(b) Daneel knowing so much about the crime scene.
(c) Enderby knowing about the crime scene details.
(d) Whether Dr. Sarton truly is dead.
2. What happens when Daneel and Lije rise from their table?
(a) The waiter asks them to leave via the kitchen.
(b) Daneel trips and falls into a woman who screams "robot."
(c) The manager tells them the dinner is on him.
(d) Two men who are watching them also rise.
3. From what does Lije tell Daneel to stay away?
(a) The blue lights.
(b) The red lines.
(c) The sirens.
(d) The barbed fence.
4. What does Lije want to test with Daneel?
(a) The Second Law of Robotics.
(b) The Third Law of Robotics.
(c) His theory about human appearing robots.
(d) The First Law of Robotics.
5. With what group does Jesse re-involve herself?
(d) Rennaissance Knights.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Lije consider Daneel at the end of the book?
2. What does Philip Norris, Plain Clothes Man C-5 ask Lije?
3. Where do the men end?
4. To where do the two cops run?
5. Who pushes the person into the fission chamber?
Short Essay Questions
1. How has the murder of R. Sammy changed the relationship between Lije and R. Daneel?
2. How does the conversation between Lije and Clousarr show Lije's changing opinions of robots?
3. How does a section kitchen work and what is the implication of such a setup?
4. Does Lije seem to be finally thinking more clearly and to what might you attribute that?
5. When Daneel and Lije return to their apartment, what horrifies does Daneel do that horrifies Lije? Would you feel the same way
6. How does Lije react to Bentley showing up at the apartment and what does this say about the relationship between Lije and Jesse?
7. How does Dr. Gerrigel demonstrate the first law of robotics and at the same time prove once and for all R. Daneel's innocence?
8. What does Lije propose and how does Dr. Gerrigel refute Lije's theory?
9. How is R. Daneel able to assure Lije of Enderby's innocence and does Daneel's explanation seem plausible?
10. Compare the relationship of Enderby and Lije with that of Lije and Daneel at the conclusion of the novel.
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