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University professor Robert Langdon wakes up in a hospital with a head wound and no memory of the last few days. His last memory is walking on the Harvard campus, but he quickly realizes that he is now in Florence. Sienna Brooks , one of the doctors tending to him, tells him he suffered a concussion from being grazed by a bullet, and had stumbled into the emergency ward. Suddenly, a female contract killer named Vayentha breaks into the hospital, shoots and kills a doctor, and approaches Robert's room. Sienna grabs Robert and they flee to her apartment.

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In what ways is it different from those earlier works? How does that statement illuminate the novel? What is the particular danger of maintaining moral neutrality in Inferno? What accounts for the frenetic narrative pace of the novel? How does Dan Brown use chapter endings to create suspense? What other devices create a narrative tension that pulls the reader along?

What role does the setting play in Inferno? In what ways are Florence, Venice, and Istanbul integral to the plot of the novel? The brilliant biochemist Bertrand Zobrist asserts some unsettling ideas.

In his confrontation with Dr. Ozone depletion, lack of water, and pollution are not the disease—they are the symptoms. Is Zobrist right about these issues? Is his solution the lesser of two evils or is it too morally repugnant even to consider? Ask no questions. Is that a dangerous philosophy, and if so, why? How disconcerting is it to learn that the Consortium really does exist, though under a different name, with offices in seven countries?

Sienna Brooks is perhaps the most complex character in the novel. What kind of woman is she? How has her past influenced who she has become? How does she change over the course of the novel?

Why does she feel that she has finally found a purpose at the end of the book? Does Transhumanism offer valid solutions to some of the essential problems that confront the human species? In an emotional speech to Dr. All Bertrand ever did was speak the truth.

Does Bertrand go from villain to hero by the end of the book? Do the ends saving the human species justify the means releasing a virus that will dramatically limit population growth in this case?

At the end of the novel, Dr. Sinskey invites Sienna to accompany her to a conference where they will address world leaders about the virus Bertrand Zobrist has released and discuss the issue of population control. Share: Share on Facebook. Add to Cart. This time the stakes are even higher, as Harvard professor of symbology Robert Langdon must decode the mystery surrounding a virus that has the power to alter the course of human civilization—or possibly end it.

As the novel begins, Langdon wakes up from a terrifying nightmare in a hospital in Florence, Italy. But as he learns more about what has happened to him, amnesia turns out to be the least of his problems. When a leather-clad assassin storms the hospital, Langdon is forced to flee with the beautiful doctor Sienna Brooks. Langdon find himself up against an imminent global catastrophe. Renowned biochemist Bertrand Zobrist has created a virus that will be released in just twenty-four hours and infect the entire human species.

But will he and Sienna be able to find the virus in time? Zobrist sees himself as a savior, despised in his own time, shunned by the scientific establishment, and hunted by Dr.

Elizabeth Sinskey of the World Health Organization, but certain that he will be thanked by future generations. Zobrist is determined and extremely clever. The clues he leaves are maddeningly complex, and Langdon must draw upon all his intelligence, erudition, and ingenuity to decipher them. The crucial problem of overpopulation, a problem that does indeed pose a threat to human survival, adds a deeper moral and ethical dimension to a book that offers all the page-turning pleasures readers of Dan Brown have come to expect.

Questions and Topics for Discussion 1. What are some of the most surprising twists and turns in Inferno? In what ways do issues of trust and betrayal play out in Inferno? He lives in New England with his wife. Learn More About Inferno print. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Read it Forward Read it first.

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In what ways is it different from those earlier works? How does that statement illuminate the novel? What is the particular danger of maintaining moral neutrality in Inferno? What accounts for the frenetic narrative pace of the novel? How does Dan Brown use chapter endings to create suspense? What other devices create a narrative tension that pulls the reader along?

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Pumpkins, is unable to transform Langdon into a lifelike figure onscreen. He wakes up in a Bourne-type situation, jerking upright in an empty hospital room with a head wound and no idea how he got from Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Florence, Italy. A total blank. Inferno is the cure.

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A film adaptation was released in the United States on October 28, Harvard professor Robert Langdon wakes up in a hospital in Florence , Italy with a head wound and no memory of the last few days. Sienna Brooks, one of the doctors tending to him, reveals that he is suffering from amnesia. When Vayentha, a female assassin, shows up in the hospital and kills Dr. Marconi, Brooks helps Langdon escape, and they flee to her apartment. After Brooks recounts the details of his admission to the hospital, Langdon finds a cylinder with a biohazard sign in his jacket and decides to call the U.

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