Inferno (Robert Langdon) - Chapters 39-45 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 39, Marta, the museum employee, told Sienna and Langdon that the mask was kept at the Palazzo Vecchio. Keeping it there made it seem as though Dante had finally been allowed to come home. Marta continued to be surprised by the things that Langdon had forgotten about their discussion the night before. Langdon had forgotten that he had told Marta that he was claustrophobic. He had also forgotten that there was an original copy of The Divine Comedy on display in the museum. Marta was also befuddled by Langdon's and Sienna’s desire to see only the mask and none of the other treasures in the museum.

When they finally stepped in front of the display case in which the mask was kept, Sienna reacted in horror, which Marta had expected. She thought Langdon was only being dramatic when he, too, looked...

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