The Robots of Dawn - Chapter 5, Daneel and Giskard (Parts 18-22) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5, Daneel and Giskard (Parts 18-22) Summary

Part 18 shows that this is a demonstration of how rapidly and fully the robots obey commands to protect Baley—far more effective than words—as Fastolfe is instantly disarmed without being harmed. Baley resumes examining means, opportunity, and motive. Jander had been in another's possession but Fastolfe lacks an alibi for the time of death. There need not have been physical contact and the means would be too intricate to be triggered accidentally, even if it gradually build-up to the point of catastrophe. In Part 19, to discuss a possible motive, Fastolfe suggests that they go Outside, offering first that Baley visit the Personal (bathroom). En route, Daneel confides his surprise in Fastolfe claiming a motive to kill Jander and fears that he might also be a target. At the door Daneel...

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