It's a bit depressing book to say the least. But it's very cheerful to read when you are suicidal and dealing with depression. Here, I compiled some relatable Quotes from Steppenwolf by Hermann Hesse :
He had learned a good deal of all that people of a good intelligence can, and was fairly clever fellow. What he had not learned, However was this : to find contentment in himself and his own life.
Men of every kind have their characteristics, their features, their virtues and vices and their deadly sins.
He began to suffocate slowly in the more and more rarefied atmosphere of remoteness and solitude.
It is true that every time my life was shattered in this way I had in the end gained something.
The pomposity of the sciences, societies and art disgusted me.
Animals are sad as a rule
And when a man is sad-- I don't mean because he has a tootache or has lost some money, but because he sees, for once in a way, how it is all is with life and everything, and is sad in earnest