Inferno (Robert Langdon) - Chapters 30-38 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 30, Langdon and Sienna heard one soldier tell the others that he would be searching the caves. That soldier, Brüder, talked on the phone as he wandered through the caves. Sienna learned from the man’s conversation that it was through her computer, when Langdon checked his email, that she and Langdon had been located. When the soldier finally moved away, Sienna criticized Langdon for having used her computer to check her email. After she came to terms with the fact the men knew her identity, Sienna told Langdon they would leave the palace through the wooden door. She insisted she could be very persuasive when she wanted to be.

When the man in the office opened the door for them, Sienna tricked him by holding out a piece of paper. When he reached out to take it she used Chinese...

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