In Demian, Hesse himself writes in the frontispiece, and Sinclair says in one of the chapters: “I wanted only to try to live in accord with the promptings which came from my true self. Why was that so very difficult?”
Discuss and analyze. Is there a “true self,” yes or no? If not, why do you reject the idea? If so, how do we come to know it? Is it easy or hard to know? Is it, in fact, difficult to live in accord with its promptings? What are the possible obstacles? How do Emil Sinclair’s struggles compare with your own? What, if anything, does the novel say to you about meeting these challenges?
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