Inferno (Robert Langdon) Characters

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Robert Langdon

Robert Langdon is a Harvard professor of symbology and art. He is the main character and hero of the novel. He is called by Elizabeth Sinskey to help her translate a strange adaptation of the Map of Hell. She insists that he travel to Florence, Italy, with her to help her avert the crisis.

Once in Florence, Langdon is taken hostage by operatives and made to believe that he has been shot and narrowly missed being killed. He is given medicine to wipe his memories of having agreed to work with Sinskey.

Because Langdon has such a comprehensive knowledge of Dante’s The Divine Comedy, he is able to work through the clues that lead to Zobrist’s creation. Even as he tries to solve the mystery, he struggles to recover the gap of time in his memory.

It is not until Langdon is captured by members...

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