The Robots of Dawn - Chapter 6, Gladia (Parts 23-26) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, Gladia (Parts 23-26) Summary

In Part 23, Gladia knows that "Jehoshaphat!" will be Baley's first word upon seeing her again. He has often dreamed of her since leaving Solaria, where he investigates her husband's murder. There they shared a brief, intimate moment, which both still savor. Gladia explains that she is the only human in the house when Jander dies, but is not physically present. She and Fastolfe, who is somehow responsible for her, discount the idea that a human could sneak in undetected by the robots. With Fastolfe gone and the robots dismissed, Part 24 sees Baley questioning Gladia without distraction. He concentrates on her relationship with Fastolfe, whose current marriage to Falya is ending. He has two daughters by previous wives, one a roboticist and the other a politician. Gladia denies that she and Fastolfe are lovers.

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