The Da Vinci Code
BlurbThe Da Vinci Code is a captivating, suspenseful novel that is ideal for use in the high school classroom. Robert Langdon, a Harvard art historian, and Sophie Neveu, a French cryptologist, cross paths when the curator of the Louvre is found murdered inside the museum. Langdon and Neveu soon find themselves confounded by riddles and a number of symbols embedded in the works of Leonardo da Vinci. As they attempt to solve these puzzles and evade their adversaries, they become immersed in the pursuit of one of mankind’s greatest secrets. Their exciting journey incorporates a variety of dynamic characters and spans a number of historical settings in countries such as France, England, and Scotland. Their interactions with other characters provide students with invaluable opportunities to examine characterization, theme, and conflict, and their travels allow students to engage in their own exploration of famous locations, artwork, secretive organizations, and the legends surrounding each. The book can be read in a variety of curricular areas including history, art history, math, mythology, world religions, and English Language Arts. This guide was written with the English Language Arts Common Core State Standards in mind, and you will find a variety of related questions and activities within designed to help students engage in rich, meaningful study of the text and its many associated themes and subjects.
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Agréable à lire. L'histoire est prenante, un bon livre pour se divertir !
Segundo libro de la trilogía de Robert Langdon y este incluye aún más líos y secretos. Impresionante la forma en la que esta escrito este libro. Dan Brown es un gran autor.
Envolvente e intrigante.
An incredible boom about symbology, religion and mystery. Amazing.
Gets more interesting as you go on flipping its pages!
EXCELENT FOR VACATIONS!
Leitura rápida quando não tiver mais nada para ler.
História interessante, mas o livro fica cansativo e é meio previsível.
Um pouco cansativo!
La vida es corta, lean algo serio.
the worst book I have ever read. I will never get those hours back...
It's a fun read, but in all seriousness, you should not look to it for a genuine historical source. You know a book isn't that credible if Wikipedia has a page devoted to its inaccuracies.
Spannend, aber nicht so gut wie Meteor und Illuminati.
Sehr spannende Story. Kann nicht aufhören weiterzulesen...