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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. Where do Daneel and Lije go?
(a) To their apartment.
(b) To Washington, D.C.
(c) To Yeast Town.
2. Why is Vincent Barrett a suspect in the death of R. Sammy?
(a) Because R. Sammy is a robot.
(b) Because R. Sammy took Vincent's job.
(c) Because R. Sammy insulted Vincent in front of other cops.
(d) Because R. Sammy has an affair with Vincent's wife.
3. Of what is Jessie fearful as the meetings became more heated?
(a) That Lije will lose his job.
(b) That Lije will be harmed.
(c) That she will lose her apartment.
(d) That Bentley will be threatened.
4. From what does Lije tell Daneel to stay away?
(a) The sirens.
(b) The blue lights.
(c) The barbed fence.
(d) The red lines.
5. Why are most robots made in human form?
(a) It is an issue of economics and efficiency.
(b) Because robots need to feel a part of a community.
(c) So robots can infiltrate and spy.
(d) So humans are less afraid of them.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Clousarr sulk the whole way out onto Seventeenth Street?
2. How does Lije consider Daneel at the end of the book?
3. What is the purpose of the investigation of Dr. Sarton's murder for the Spacers?
4. What does Lije want to test with Daneel?
5. How does Enderby accidentally kill Dr. Sarton?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does THE CAVES OF STEEL reach its climax and subsequent denouement?
2. How is a conflict between Lije's professional and personal life demonstrated in this chapter and how does Lije handle it?
3. How does Lije react to Bentley showing up at the apartment and what does this say about the relationship between Lije and Jesse?
4. How does a section kitchen work and what is the implication of such a setup?
5. How is R. Daneel able to assure Lije of Enderby's innocence and does Daneel's explanation seem plausible?
6. Compare the relationship of Enderby and Lije with that of Lije and Daneel at the conclusion of the novel.
7. Discuss the game Lije played in his earlier days and how it figures in to his sense of competitiveness with R. Daneel?
8. What theme is demonstrated by the conversation between Lije and Norris?
9. Why can't Daneel use cerebroanalysis to find the murderer?
10. Does Lije seem to be finally thinking more clearly and to what might you attribute that?
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