The Robots of Dawn - Chapter 2, Daneel (Parts 6-8) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Daneel (Parts 6-8) Summary

In Part 6 Baley boards a comfortable Auroran spaceship but is kept locked in isolation, attended by a primitive robot, R. Giskard Reventlov. In Part 7, he is joyfully reunited with his former partner, R. Daneel Olivaw, who advises him on proper etiquette vis-a-vis robots and explains how Spacer robots are better able to deal with conflicts among the Three Laws of Robotics than Earth models. It is hard to imagine one freezing up as has apparently happened to R. Jander Panell, whose inventor, Dr. Han Fastolfe, claims to be the only person capable of the crime but denies doing it. In Part 8, Baley studies book-films about Aurora and learns that robots are more important and accepted there than on Earth and humans live far longer, which lowers their need to cooperate with one another. A Jump hyperspace brings...

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