By Thomas R. Beyer Jr.
Ever considering Professor Beyer learn The Da Vinci Code, he turned intrigued through Dan Brown's use of evidence in fiction. He learned that an exam of the unconventional can be a tantalizing and unique access into the realm of analysis and comparing details, and made up our minds to make it the topic of his freshman seminar category at Middlebury College.
Beyer and lots of of his scholars have Dan Brown's paintings ever when you consider that, and 4 years in the past, Beyer started to count on and delve into the proof that may be the middle of The misplaced image. Like thousands of different expectant readers, he bought a replica of the radical on its booklet date, September 15, 2009. He learn and analyzed it numerous occasions, and, on the urging of his writer, eager about scripting this convenient, reader-friendly better half advisor to The misplaced image, during which he elaborates on 33 key issues and identifies 133 web hyperlinks for even extra exploration.
the themes, geared up through subject in seven sections, keep on with the plot of the tale and canopy the atmosphere in Washington, D.C., artwork and structure, cryptology, Freemasonry, mystery teachings, technology, and other people and locations within the novel, highlighted with 33 worthwhile illustrations.
THOMAS R. BEYER, JR., a Professor at Middlebury collage, who makes a speciality of Russian language and literature, has taught a variety of seminars at the works of Dan Brown, and is the editor of the net reference consultant The Keys to The Da Vinci Code. He and his scholars are at the moment engaged on a wiki dedicated to Angels & Demons. he's established in Middlebury, Vermont.
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33 Keys to Unlocking The Lost Symbol: A Reader's Companion to the Dan Brown Novel by Thomas R. Beyer Jr.