Chapters 21-30 Summary
Sophie recalls that her grandfather, when young, created anagrams of works of art. He introduced her to the Mona Lisa when she was six years old, and she thinks a clue might be there. She decides to go back to the Mona Lisa while Langdon goes to the U.S. Embassy. They part and Langdon starts to leave the Louvre. He realizes there is more to the code and races back to join Sophie.
The human world is encoded with meaning.
The centrality of human relationships, especially male-female relationships.
The influence of the past upon the present....
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