Inferno (Robert Langdon) - Chapters 54-60 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 54, Langdon noticed by the Gates of Paradise leading to the Baptistry of San Giovanni there was a plaque dedicating the gates to God because the city of Florence had survived the Black Plague. Sienna noticed that the gate to a wrought iron fence surrounding the Gates of Paradise was unlocked. As Langdon was wondering how he and Sienna would sneak in without anyone noticing, a woman, who turned out to be Sienna, began screaming that a man was going to jump from a bell tower. While the tourists were distracted, she and Langdon slipped through the gates. The man watched as they slipped inside. His rash was getting worse and his chest throbbed.

In Chapter 55, Langdon explained to Sienna that the original baptismal font had been covered over but led her to the new font. He removed the cover of this...

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