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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 obvious suspect as the killer of Dr. Sarton?
(a) A Spacer.
(c) Someone from Aurora.
(d) A City dweller.
2. How is Jessie behaving as she comes into the station?
(b) As if she is embarrassed.
(d) In a fit of anger.
3. Why does Lije commiserate with Enderby?
(a) Because of Enderby being investigated for the murder.
(b) Because Enderby has to work with robots everyday.
(c) Because Enderby and Dr. Sarton were good friends.
(d) Because Enderby's wife is very difficult.
4. What does Francis Clousarr do?
(a) He is a zymologist, or yeast specialist.
(b) He is a manager at the yeast factory.
(c) He is a baker at the yeast factory.
(d) He is a mechanic at the yeast factory.
5. Of what is Dr. Gerrigel afraid?
Short Answer Questions
1. For what does Dr. Gerrigel use his Handbook of Robotics?
2. Where does Lije think Daneel could hide a blaster?
3. To where do the two cops run?
4. Who is staring at Lije and Daneel at dinner?
5. When Daneel is explaining his abilities, what briefly crosses Lije's mind?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why can't Daneel use cerebroanalysis to find the murderer?
2. How does the conversation between Lije and Clousarr show Lije's changing opinions of robots?
3. How do you think Lije's prejudice towards robots hinders his murder investigation?
4. Do you think Clousarr is an evil character?
5. How is a conflict between Lije's professional and personal life demonstrated in this chapter and how does Lije handle it?
6. What does Lije propose and how does Dr. Gerrigel refute Lije's theory?
7. What does the visit to Yeast town demonstrate?
8. Compare the relationship of Enderby and Lije with that of Lije and Daneel at the conclusion of the novel.
9. How does THE CAVES OF STEEL reach its climax and subsequent denouement?
10. What theme is demonstrated by the conversation between Lije and Norris?
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