Symbolisms in Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code

  • P Chitra Part-time Research Scholar, Department of English, MKU, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
  • K Mohan Research supervisor, Associate Professor & Head, Department of English, MKU College, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
Keywords: Motifs, homicide, Myth, Religion, symbols

Abstract

The paper focuses on the symbolism, myth and motifs of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code. Brown had a fascination with a paradoxical interplay between Science and Religion. His novels had a leading character which includes historical themes and Christianity as Motifs which ends in controversy. The Da Vinci Code, endeavoring to discover the homicide of the Louver's custodian, Langdon experiences puzzling associations, Opus Dei and the Priory of Sion, which talks about the concealed messages in Leonardo da Vinci’s specialty, raises the plot into its top by discovering Jesus wedded Mary Magdalene and fathered a youngster, and by finding the Holy Grail. Darker's The Da Vinci Code was depicted as submitting style and word decision bumbles in relatively every passage. A significant part of the feedback was focused on Brown’s case found in its prelude that the novel depends on actuality in connection to Opus Dei and the Priory of Sino and that all depictions of fine art, engineering, records and mystery ceremonies in a novel are precise.

Published
2018-10-29
How to Cite
Chitra, P., & Mohan, K. (2018). Symbolisms in Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code. Shanlax International Journal of Arts, Science and Humanities, 6(2), 75-78. Retrieved from http://shanlaxjournals.in/journals/index.php/sijash/article/view/207
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