1. What was the difference that appeared when don Juan and Carlos were talking about knowledge?
The difference between the forms of knowledge that they were both talking about was in the practical applications of knowledge. When Carlos spoke of knowledge, he spoke of academic knowledge that transcends experience, and don Juan was speaking of direct knowledge of the world around them.
2. What is the difference between seeing and looking?
The difference between seeing and looking is that seeing is perceiving the actual essence of the world, while looking is the simple act of observing the area within sight. Seeing is a form of interpretation, while looking is simply utilizing the sense of sight.
3. Why does each chapter end on a dramatic note?
Each chapter ends on a dramatic note because it was part of don Juan's character, and part of the way he conducted himself. His way of ending dramatically enforced the lesson that Carlos was to learn, and that induced drama allowed Carlos to perceive the lesson at hand.
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