The Kite Runner - Chapters 22 - 23 Summary & Analysis

Khaled Hosseini
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Chapter 22

They arrive at the big house where the meeting is to be held and Amir says he doesn’t expect Farid to go inside with him. He immediately notices that Assef hasn’t changed clothes since the execution that day and that needle marks on his forearms identify him as a drug user. Assef begins to taunt Amir, asks why he left Afghanistan for America rather than staying to fight for his country. Assef calls in Sohrab is who wearing bells that jingle when he walks. He is forced to dance and he does so in something like a trance, apparently knowing he’ll be punished otherwise. Amir is amazed at the resemblance to Hassan. After Sohrab’s dance, Amir realizes the soldier holding him captive is Assef. Amir offers to pay for him but Assef refuses money. He says he’ll...

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