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Siddharthas Inward Journey Siddhartha was written by Hermann Hesse as a fictional adventure for the body and soul Siddhartha was once an intelligent boy who dared to think of something more Siddhartha is now an enlightened man who dared to think of something more Siddhartha traveled though life the best he knew how and many times he did all he could Siddharthas inward journey from innocence to guilt and despair then finally to destruction or salvation and how the book reflects this and the decisions that Siddhartha makes Siddhartha as an innocent boy was very smart He would love arguing with the men of his village He also knew that many of the Brahmins were lazy and they disgraced the title His father was very intelligent and was the image of the ideal Brahmin loving and caring intelligent wise beyond his years hard working and loved by all Siddhartha loved his father and their discussions He would play advanced games and win he would excel at almost everything he tried He knew no harm and loved games for he was only an innocent little boy In the shade of the house in the sunshine on the river bank by the boats in the shade of the sallow wood and the fig tree Siddhartha the handsome Brahmins son grew up with his friend Govinda P 3 This would all change one day He told his best friend that he would go
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