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Literary Criticism Of The Kite Runner

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Literary Analysis Moral ambiguity is when someone has no conscious. They can not really tell right from wrong or make the right decision most of the time. They can not be trusted. The Kite Runner is about two boys who go through a tough time and are having to prep for a war, but little do they know they have some very big news coming to them. Hosseini’s reason for including morally ambiguous characters is so we stay interested in the book and to give us many mixed emotions of the characters. Baba is a morally ambiguous character because he did build the orphanage but also is not a good father to Amir like he is to Hassan. Baba is a very giving and kind person. He spent his own money to build and support an orphanage for the kids who did not have parents. Baba is a wealthy man who is also a business owner of many businesses. He has rules he lives by such as lying is theft because you are keeping the truth from someone. Baba is a wealthy man who is also a business owner of many businesses. He has rules he lives by such a lying is theft because you are stealing the truth from someone by keeping it to yourself. Amir talks about how Rahim Khan was telling him about his dad building the orphanage when he was five or six. “Baba paid for the construction of the two-story orphanage, just off the main strip of Jadeh Maywand south of Kabul River, with his own money. Rahim Kahn told me Baba personally funded the entire project, paying for the engineers,
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