After political unrest forces Baba and Amir to flee their home town and country, they make their way here.
Amir grows up in his father's house in here, where his father is among the wealthiest and most powerful.
In childhood, a victory in this represents, to Amir, a way to ensure the love and respect of his father.
In childhood, Amir and Hassan escape to this object, where Amir reads Afghan legends to the illiterate Hassan.
In Kabul during Amir's childhood, this article of clothing symbolized wealth.
For Amir's thirteenth birthday, he receives, from his father, a bicycle and this.
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 make extra money by purchasing used items at yard...
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