In the end he decides that his rich life is unsatisfying and he begins the simple life of a ferryman.
Materialistic wealth changes the way we value other things. During his journey…. The river in Siddhartha, by Hermann Hesse, is an important symbol.
For some people, that means going on extreme adventures of self-discovery. Hesse wrote the book at a very interesting time with all that was going on around. It is clear from his correspondence during this year that both decisions weighed heavily upon his conscience.
Govinda, Siddhartha's companion, follows him to the world of the Samanas In Books one and two, Telemachos acts immaturely and lacks mental prowess.
The main character, Siddhartha, came to these understandings during his glorious journey to find spiritual enlightenment.
Odysseus returns to the Underworld where he is confronted by Antinoosthe leader of the suitors, who says "My friends, here is a