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"There would be the isolation—the fact that no one would see him or have anything to do with him, with the exception (perhaps) of a robot. There would be the constant medical treatment—the fumigation and sterilization. (No other way of putting it.) There would be the attempts to make him fit to approach the disease-conscious Spacers who thought of Earth-people as walking bags of multifarious infections." Chapter 2, Daneel, Part 6, pg. 27.

"He was being sent to Aurora for the specific purpose of demonstrating that Fastolfe was innocent of roboticide—and success in that was required for Earth's continued security and (much less important but equally dear to Baley's heart) for the continued prospering of Baley's own career—yet, even before reaching Aurora, he had discovered that Fastolfe had virtually confessed to the crime." Chapter 2, Daneel, Part 7, pg. 45.

"'Well, then, no one committed the...

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