Inferno (Robert Langdon) - Chapters 16-22 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 16, as Langdon and Sienna tried to escape her apartment building without being seen by the soldiers, Langdon tried to figure out what the strange letters in the projection meant. Sienna led him to a garage where she reeved a Trike, and they rode away. A soldier saw them and fired a shot, which bounced off the back fender.

When a black van similar to the one from which the soldiers had unloaded came around a corner toward them, Sienna hid the Trike by driving behind a panel truck. Langdon was able to see a woman with silver hair in the back of the van. She was sitting between two soldiers. She appeared to have been drugged. Langdon was shocked by the sight because she was the woman he had seen in his visions.

In Chapter 17, the provost began drinking again when...

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