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Apr 7, 2021

[Answer] 5. The protagonist of most of Dan Brown's novels, Robert Langdon was very _________. (He tries to imagine he is in an open field when captivated by this fear)

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...1. Nomophobic 2. Gelotophobic 3. Claustrophobic 4. Genophobic Claustrophobia is the fear of confined spaces. Robert Langdon, the protagonist of Dan Brown's novel "Angels & Demons" exhibited this while he was trapped in a marble casket in the "Altar of fire". He tried to imagine himself in an open field during the situation for relief.




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Claustrophobic:


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