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Essay | The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

Khaled Hosseini
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The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

Summary: A review of the book Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini, a story about love, guilt, truth, and redemption. The story is about two boys growing up together in pre-Soviet Afghanistan until one betrays the other, after which he journeys through youth and adulthood, and war and peace, with guilt and shame. The review addresses the summary, theme, world view, and symbolism in the story.
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini is a beautifully written story about the life of one Afghani boy's struggle from riches to rags and finding the truth about people in general. The story is about two boys growing up in pre- Soviet and Taliban Afghanistan. Amir is a Sunni or the privileged class; Hassan is Shi'a, which is the lowest minority. Even still the two boys, grow up together as brothers. Until one horrible incident changes everything. The Kite Runner is a story about love, guilt, truth, and redemption.

Amir grows up as the only son of a wealthy man in Kabul where life is rich and full of possibilities prior to the Soviet invasion. His father Baba is disappointed in the bookish, non-athletic child he must raise. Amirs' playmate Hassan, a Hazara servant seems to have more of Baba's respect than Amir. Baba's...

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