Siddhartha is not a true Buddhist.
In Herman Hesse's Siddhartha, unity and reoccurrence are reflecting themes in this novel and in life. Unity is "the state of being one or a unit; harmony, agreement in feelings or ideas or aims, etc" and reoccurrence is "a fresh embodiment." Both unity and reoccurrence are first introduced by means of the river and by the mystical word "Om." Direct commentary from Siddhartha and the narrator also introduces these themes. Unity is not a part of Buddhism but is very prevalent in Hinduism and Christianity. In addition, reoccurrence finds its roots in Hinduism.
Frequent allusions to the river…
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