Did it seem like Siddhartha's enlightenment was all that it was cracked up to be? All that he had hoped for?
While answers will be interpretive, they should identify what Siddhartha was after and if he found it. They should interpret whether or not they think he was satisfied with it the end, and they may discuss whether or not they think it was all worth it for him. They should note that Siddhartha did in fact wonder whether or not the knowledge of the unity of life should be so highly valued. Even though they can answer for themselves, strong answers should look at Siddhartha as a character specifically, putting the assessment in the context of his journey and his...
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