What is Siddhartha's realization in the chapter "Awakening," and does it hold true throughout the chapters in this section?
Strong answers will identify his reflection that he no longer needs to learn from teachers, and that he needs to pay attention to and learn from his inner voice, which can tell him the way to go. They may interpret his heightened sensation of the things around him as an awareness of how what he has been searching for permeates everything. They will discuss his relationship with the ferryman, the seductive woman by the river, Kamala and the merchant as potential teachers of things that he might not have expected to learn about before, and they should...
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