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A Siddhartha Reading Journal

Summary: Examines Siddhartha, by Hermann Hesse, a novel tracing the life and philosophy of Buddha. Provides a chapter by chapter analysis of quotes from the novel.
Siddhartha Reading Journal, by chapter

The Brahmin's Son:

My favorite quote from this section is: "He had begun to suspect that his worthy father and his other teachers, the wise Brahmins, had already passed on to him the bulk and best of their wisdom, that they had already poured the sum totally of their knowledge into his waiting vessel; and the vessel was not full, his intellect was not satisfied, his soul was not at peace, his heart was not still (Hesse 3)."

This is the beginning spark of Siddhartha's journey through spirituality and knowledge. He really understands and knows what he has to do and what he wants to do. He is like a small child that is thirsting and longing for knowledge to fill up their brain with absolutely everything they can. He wants to go beyond what he is being taught from his father...

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