Narcissus and Goldmund (1930) is a story of a young man, Goldmund, who wanders around aimlessly throughout medieval Germany after leaving catholic monastery school in search of ‘the meaning of life.’ Goldmund is learning important things by plunging into experiences. The ways of learning about life employed by an artist contrasts with that of a thinker, Narcissus. The philosophical analysis of characters’ chapter-wise development in this novel and the importance of events for describing human development pattern delineates how Hermann Hesse, ‘a writer of man’s interior’ presents his hero undertake self exploration within himself and into the world he lives. This book proclaims that Hesse’s thinking alludes to the interior of an individual journey than the exterior of it. His views provide a deep revelation about all the aspect of human life.