America - After political unrest forces Baba and Amir to flee their home town and country, they make their way here.
Kabul - Amir grows up in his father's house in here, where his father is among the wealthiest and most powerful.
Kite Tournament - In childhood, a victory in this represents, to Amir, a way to ensure the love and respect of his father.
Pomogranete Tree - In childhood, Amir and Hassan escape to this object, where Amir reads Afghan legends to the illiterate Hassan.
Jeans - In Kabul during Amir's childhood, this article of clothing symbolized wealth.
Watch - For Amir's thirteenth birthday, he receives, from his father, a bicycle and this.
Shahnamah - Throughout boyhood, Amir reads the legends in this to Hassan. Both boys especially enjoy the story of the soldier, Sohrab.
San Jose Flea Market - Amir and his father attempt to...
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