The Lost Symbol - Chapters 8-17 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 8, the room in which Langdon had thought he was supposed to give his lecture was empty with the exception of a few tourists. Langdon called Peter’s assistant, Andrew. The man whom he had believed was the assistant asked if Langdon had confirmed the time with Peter directly. Langdon had not spoken with Peter. Instead, he had trusted the assistant, which the assistant said was foolish of him. The man pretending to be Andrew told him that Peter was not aware that Langdon was even in Washington. The man’s voice changed as he told Langdon he was in Washington because “I want you here” (45).

In Chapter 9, Langdon wanted to hang up on the man, who said he was offering him an invitation. When the man told Langdon he (the man) was the only one who could save Peter, he got...

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