Resolved Question: Christians - What do you
Posted on 10 July 2013 | 12:00 am
Resolved Question: How accurate are Dan
i heard in Rome tour guides are often annoyed when tourists point of that land marks are out of place and they have to explain that Dan Brown changed a few things to make everything fit in more closely.
i am reading the 4th book inferno. in it the character Robert Langdon has just escaped the hall of 500 and i have a few questions on the building. is the building ceiling really made out of fabric and something more solid so if a person was to fall onto the other end of the ceiling they could fall through and hit the floor. is there really a secret passage behind a map of a country that is now really just used for private tours and for the staff to use as a attic.
is there really a big labyrinth where you have to go up a series of stars in order to go back down and go through a little door that leads you to the entrance of a street on the side of the building.
i can understand Dan Browns changing a few little features in order to make the books fit in more correctly with the plot but from what i know if he does tend to be pretty true to what is real he just changes what way a statue is pointing and or what exact spot it is in other than that he seems to be really accurate.
ps just curious what is Browns belief. in his books he tends to lean towards science and have the religious people come out as evil and he does tend to talk about the evil history of the church allot but in the da vinci code he did write about that Jesus was real and had a kid and in the lost symbol it is shown that a soul does leave the body and he does tend to be kind with some religious people it just in all the Robert Lagdon books there is always that topic of religion vs science and the villain is usually always some religious nut job. so i am guessing he is an atheist
Posted on 22 June 2013 | 8:24 am
Resolved Question: Who is Dan Brown?????????
Posted on 26 April 2013 | 6:50 am
Resolved Question: Deception point by dan
i need to write an essay on the book about examples of figurative language such as, ontomontopias, similes, metaphors, personification, and i lost the book and didnt realize it till now, if anyone can give me some examples from this book that be great
Posted on 17 April 2012 | 10:43 am
Resolved Question: Lost symbol, Dan brown
Why did the masons protected so much the Word by creating a symbolon nearly impossible to decipher, and then doing the impossible to keep the 2 parts of the pyramid separated when eventually the Word was the bible? I mean the bible could be bought un a library, why did they hide it in a cornerstone as if it was something Rare?
Posted on 25 April 2011 | 3:50 pm