Inferno (Robert Langdon) - Chapters 23-29 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 23, it was Langdon’s idea that he and Sienna could walk to the Palazzo Pitti where they could blend in with the tourists. Once there he believed they would easily be able to walk out of the palace into the old part of Florence. In order for him to explain to Sienna where they were going and why, they ducked into an enclosed hollow in the landscape where they had more cover. He activated the projector and described to Sienna how the levels of hell had been shuffled around. When they were in the correct order the letters spelled out the words “cerca trova” (127). These words mean seek and ye shall find, the same words Langdon heard the silver-haired woman in his visions say to him.

He went on to explain that in the Hall of Five Hundred in the Palazzo...

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