The Infernos of Dante and Dan Brown
A Visitor's Guide to Hell: A Special from Tarcher/Penguin
ISBN 9780698135581 | 45 pages | 04 Jun 2013 | Tarcher
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An extraordinary journey into the signs and symbols behind Dan Brown’s new Robert Langdon thriller, Inferno.
Just in time for Dan Brown’s new novel, this short guide introduces readers to Dante Alighieri’s fourteenth-century epic poem Inferno and explores how Brown uses Dante’s imagery and symbols in his latest Robert Langdon thriller.
The Infernos of Dante and Dan Brown: A Visitor’s Guide to Hell answers the questions and illuminates the facts behind Brown’s historical puzzles, cryptic clues, and plot twists. It allows every reader to immerse himself more deeply into Robert Langdon’s world.
Author Gary Jansen is an independent scholar of Dante’s work and a critically acclaimed writer on modern religion. In addition to providing an inside perspective on how Dan Brown uses the uncanny and remarkable themes of Dante, Jansen presents a reliable and engaging overview of the Middle Ages poet and his work.
The Infernos of Dante and Dan Brown is an all-around resource into the religious themes, historical secrets, and beguiling imagery behind this breathtaking new thriller.
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