Siddhartha chooses to reject Buddha’s teachings and find his own path towards enlightenment. However, does not Siddhartha follow – perhaps at a subconscious level – the Buddha’s philosophy, or does Siddhartha incorporate his own philosophy and experience to create an individual and unique path? The paper is to be five to eight pages in length and must strictly follow the format presented by the MLA. Chapter 50 in your textbook gives excellent illustrations. Other than the primary text, four other outside sources are to be used in the paper. The aforementioned questions infer researching religion, psychology, philosophy, and literary criticism to support your position. Only use direct quotes from the primary text and, credible, outside sources. Please avoid summary or paraphrase. No late papers will be accepted. The paper is due February 6, 2021.As you begin drafting with your closed thesis statement in hand, I would like you to incorporate the four part introduction.We can not use the traditional five paragraph model for this argumentative research paper. Below is a bullet list to follow.Paragraph One: Introduce the author, a short bio on Hermann Hesse, no more than three to four sentences. Introduce the novel, a short summary of Siddhartha (1922), no more than two to three sentences. Explain the novels theme, what isHermann Hesse’s message with the novel, “An individual must, A person who, The path to enlightenment or self-actualization is. . . .Paragraph Two: The question at issue, copy the question you have chosen word for word, with the question mark in place . . . ? The second paragraph is the question you are answering throughout your research paper. To answer the question, you will incorporate the Stephen Toulmin model of Claim, Support, Warrant, and Backing.Paragraph Three: Introduce and explain the opposing view. We can not have an argument if it is not debatable. So, what is the opposing view? Explain and clarify the view opposed to your own. Remember, the dialectal and the Rogerian strategy. This should be four to five sentences in length.Paragraph Four: Refute the opposing view with your closed thesis statement. Remember, the closed thesis is your assertion with the reasons you will develop within the body of your research paper. It should look something like this; “However, Siddhartha ( needs to or does not need to) experience the sensual world and Samsara. There are several reasons that support this assertion. First, Siddhartha needs. . . . Also, he must. . . . In addition, Siddhartha has to. . . . More importantly, the idea of . . .Paragraphs Five to Nine: Analysis and explanation of your reasons that is backed by four credible sources and the primary text.Paragraphs Ten: A conclusion that summarizes the key points that were developed in the body paragraphs of your research.