The Da Vinci Code Characters

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Robert Langdon, the main character of the story, is a Harvard University professor of Religious Symbology. He seems to be an unintended main character in that the action and adventure of the story finds him, rather than him searching for it. In this story, he happens to be in Paris when the curator of the Louvre museum is murdered. The police adamantly summon him to the scene of the crime to help them decipher clues left by the victim at the scene. He agrees to help, and then is recruited by another main character, Sophie Neveu, to help her follow the clues further to learn about why her grandfather was murdered and the truth about her long since dead family.

Robert is a likable character that could be described as a well-respected, sought after, intelligent academic - especially regarding history, art, and religion. He is an author...

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