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    The Creation of the Kite

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    The exact date and origin of the creation of the kite is unknown but historical evidence suggests that they were flown in China about two thousand years ago. The earliest known account of kite flying was around 200 B.C. when the General Han Hsin of the Han Dynasty flew a kite over the walls of a city him and his troops were attacking to see how far his army would have to travel to reach past the enemies defenses. Kite flying was soon spread by Chinese Kitestraders from China to Korea, and through

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    The Kite Runner Film

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    Jack and Alex walked out of the theater, pondering their thoughts on the film they’d just seen. The Kite Runner, a film about a boy not standing up for his best friend, trying to forget his guilt and eventually embarking on a dangerous journey to try to redeem himself. “Wow, that movie was such an eye opener! I had no idea what Afghan culture was about, let alone the hardships and struggles people faced,” said Alex, “But it was really about guilt and atonement I guess. What did you like the best

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    used to convey an idea in the novel. Introduction: ‘The Kite Runner’ (a novel by Khaled Hosseini) cleverly utilizes a singular symbol throughout his novel to represent the life changes the main character goes through. In particular, kites. Initially, symbolising guilt of from his past then he reflects back on his innocence after which a choice changed him encouraging his desire to redeem himself. At different points in Amir's life, kites are deliberately described differently to show the progression

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    because of the discrimination and racism to citizens of Hazara-Mongolian descent. As I continued reading, I learn more about Kite running and how important and cool their culture is. Honestly when I first started to read, I thought the tournament was more like a neighborhood gathering. In the novel, all the children in the city rich or poor go outside in the winter to flying kites. I’m just going to explain why this is cool to me. One, children are outside when it’s cold outside. For

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    “Hope is knowing that people, like kites, are made to be lifted up” (ARO). Kites play a large role in the book The Kite Runner and in the Afghanistan Relief Organization. Kites are similar to people and symbolize being uplifted and emerging from our problems. In the book The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini, this is reflected at the end of the story where Sohrab lifts Amir from his sins. The end applies to the statement given by the Afghanistan Relief Organization and how they’re both connected. Expanding

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    5.After Amir wins the kite flying tournament, Baba treats him like he has become the son he wanted him to be. Amir was determined to win this tournament so he can his father’s respect and attention. He did accomplish this and Baba was so proud of him and Amir was glad of his achievement. He finallygot the attention from his father that he seek for a long time. ‘’Then a smile played on my father’s lips. He opened his arms.’’ (Hosseini 79) He showed true love and affection towards his son.

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    The Kite Runner

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    A story of friendship, rape, betrayal and redemption, but there is one question that persists… is it true? The book, The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini, is about an Afghan boy named Amir and his servant Hassan. Hassan comes from an ethnic group known as the Hazara that is, according to the book, generally mistreated and at a disadvantage from birth. Hassan is always a loyal friend to Amir, while Amir only hangs out with Hassan when nobody else is around. Amir realizes this when Assef, a bully that

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    The Kite Runner

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    Khaled Hosseini, author of The Kite Runner, put together a magnificent piece of literature. His book about the life of a young Afghani boy tells the story about how he tries to redeem his young self. The root of all his troubles is his slave, who doubles as his best friend. His slave is mistreated because he looks different and this alone causes trouble for the boy. He fails to stand up for himself and his slave and with that, a ton of guilt falls on his conscious. This boy sends his whole adult

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    Kite Is A Victim

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    One of his most famous poems is “A Kite is a Victim”. In this poem, Cohen uses comparing imagery, metaphors and personification to convey the theme of his poem which is the life of a person in different ways. First, in “A kite is a Victim” Cohen uses the word “kite” as an imagery to represent an individual’s life and how to enjoy them in every circumstances. In the first stanza, he compares the kite to a victim’s life. He explains how you are in control of the kite just like a master controls his servants

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    The Kite Runner

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    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION The Kite Runner is a daily piece book depicting the common issues of the lives of parents and children. The Kite Runner is the first novel by Afghan-American author Khaled Hosseini. Published by Riverhead Books, it tells the story of Amir, a young boy from the Wazir Akbar Khan district of Kabul, whose closest friend is Hassan, his father's young Hazara servant. The story is set against a backdrop of tumultuous events, from the fall of Afghanistan's monarchy through the Soviet

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