The Robots of Dawn - Chapter 3, Giskard (Parts 9-13) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Giskard (Parts 9-13) Summary

Part 9 Daneel reveals that his—and Giskard's—role includes guarding Baley against those who would capitalize on Jander's murder. Daneel is the only surviving humaniform robot anywhere and Fastolfe refuses to make more. In Part 10 Giskard provides a device to allow Baley to view space from his cabin, but the vivid illusion makes him feel disembodied. Later tries are comfortable. Daneel describes Auroran time measurements, convincing Baley to take nothing for granted on this planet. In Part 11 Baley views Aurora and finds it so Earth-like that it could be a trick. Feeling naked as he watches the ship's plunge toward landing, he panics and cannot call for help shutting off the viewer. In Part 12 Giskard comes to Baley's rescue, faster than Daneel can react. Suspecting that if there is a conspiracy, only Daneel will be...

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