Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

The androids begin to vote, with Roy choosing to kill Isidore, and the two females deciding to stay in the building. Stratton thinks having Isidore is an asset, and that the other retired androids were killed because they used their intelligence to arrogantly, believe they could blend in. Isidore feels assured that he could help the androids stay on Earth.

The scene shifts to Rick, who has finished work and headed to an animal dealer. He still feels depressed, but decides that seeing animals will help him. He talks to the salesman, who persuades him that goats are loyal and a good choice because it can resist diseases caused by radioactive materials. They negotiate, and Rick agrees to purchase a goat.

Rick arrives at home and tells Iran about their new animal. Iran is pleased, although she reproaches Rick for having made the decision without her. Rick's...

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