The Caves of Steel - Afternoon of A Plain Clothes Man Summary & Analysis

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Afternoon of A Plain Clothes Man Summary

There is a story Lije heard as a child about a man in London who committed a murder and then got lost in the never-ending roads, mazes and alleyways of the City. The story became a type of folklore and is known as the "Wandering Londoner." This memory makes him uneasy and he presses Daneel about Enderby being a suspect. Daneel assures him of Enderby's innocence, along with everyone else in Spacetown, leaving the obvious suspect a City dweller. Lije cannot imagine how strenuous it must have been for Enderby, being investigated, especially since he is known for getting along with the Spacers.

Enderby surprisingly calm about Lije's outburst in Spacetown. Lije wants a two-man apartment for Daneel and himself and wants his family protected if a riot erupts about a robot in...

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