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Siddhartha's Journey of Realization

Summary: Discusses the novel Siddhartha by Herman Hesse. Follows the journey of Siddhartha as he discovers the meaning of life. Considers how in the beginning his actions and thoughts show that he is nothing more than a typical teenager. Details how the character evolves.
In the beginning of the book, Siddhartha is defined as the Brahmin's Son. His actions and thoughts show that he is nothing more than a typical teenager, he may be athletic and book smart, but he still thinks and acts like a typical teenage boy. His actions and motives are driven by the desire to be on his own and break away from his parents. In the as soon as Siddhartha feels that he can make it on his own he tells his father he desires to go off and prove that he is man enough to survive with out anyone's help, at the same time Siddhartha wants to go on a journey to find himself and be at peace with the world. Not being able to see the effects of his decisions on others Siddhartha feels that he is right and justified in leaving his...

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