The Da Vinci Code is an insanely popular novel in the mystery/thriller genre published in 2003 and written by Dan Brown. The book follows the story of Robert Langdon, a “symbologist” and a professor of the history of art at Harvard University, and the cryptologist Sophie Neveu. The two of them are involved in the battle between Opus Dei and the Priory of Sion after the murder in the Louvre Museum, as they try to prove that Mary Magdalene was a companion of Jesus Christ. The novel explores the themes of alternative religious history, the central point of which is the holy grail and the theory that the Merovingian kings of France were descendants of Jesus Christ’s bloodline.
The Da Vinci Code Inspired Dog Names in Pop Culture
Oprah Winfrey is one of the most notable and influential talk show hosts in the world, and she has changed the face of television forever. She is continually teaching her audience to be more compassionate and kinder and to love animals just as much as they love humans. And she shows it in her personal life as well! She absolutely adores dogs, and she had over 21 puppers in her adult life. She often says that nothing makes her happier than to be with her dogs. She said that she felt the “truest, purest love – the love of God” through her dogs, especially one of her most beloved pets, Sophie.
Sophie was a Cocker Spaniel who always was by Oprah’s side. They could rarely be seen apart, and the legendary hostess said that the lovely pup was one of her greatest teachers in life. Sophie came to work with Oprah every day for 13 long years and was present for every show she did, every backstage at the Oscars, every Emmy appearance, and even waited in the car for her when Oprah went to the gynecologist! Now that’s dedication! Oprah says that the doggo had separation anxiety whenever the two of them were not together, even when Oprah just left the room!
Sophie’s owner said that until she passed away, she did not realize the depth of love she felt for the little pup. She said that her “little soul” had a significant impact on her life, and when she died, Oprah said that no one ever loved her as much as the pup. The lovely doggo sadly passed away on March 10th, 2008, but Oprah will always remember her as one of the most faithful companions she ever had.
This story is an excellent reminder of how much dogs can improve and impact our lives. The dog owners around the world, the responsible and loving ones at least, know that they need to cherish their four-legged friends and make the best out of the time they have together on this Earth. One of the first encounters with death we have as children is when our beloved pets pass away, which lets us grow and realize that nothing in this world is permanent. Even the celebrities like Oprah go through the hardships we all go through with our pets. Most of us appreciate them, but only when they are gone realize just how special and profound our connection and love for them is.
The Da Vinci Code Inspired Dog Name Considerations
The Da Vinci Code was insanely popular back in the day. Everyone and their mother read the book, read the “sequel” called Angels and Demons, and watched the movie starring Tom Hanks and Audrey Tautou. Many children got their names after one of the characters from the story, so no reason why you couldn’t name your dog after them. You can start with the name of the author who wrote the story, Dan Brown, whose name is perfect for a brown doggo. The main character, Robert Langdon, has a fantastic name for a serious doggo who also happens to be the lover of arts. Just pay attention and see how much your pup loves creating art installations out of slippers, pillows, and an occasional couch cushion!
Sophie, after Robert’s companion and the French National Police cryptographer Sophie Neveu Saint-Clair, the granddaughter of Jaques Saunière, also has an amazing name that your pup can proudly wear and show off their French heritage. Even better if the pup is a French Bulldog! Jean-Pierre Marielle is a French actor who played the role of Jacques Saunière, and Eglantine Rembauville-Nicolle is an actress who portrayed the student in the movie.