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    The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini is a moving story about an Afghan boy, Amir, and the reader is taken on his journey to adulthood. However one must not forget about the the kite runner Amir’s best friend, Hassan, who despite being a servant had a beautiful friendship with his master, Amir. This novel is divided into three parts. The first part is focused on Amir’s childhood and the horrifying incident that Hassan suffered and Amir merely witnessed. In the next part Amir and his father travel to

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    The Kite Runner In this text I am going to analyze The Kite Runner, then I will go on to discuss how the father-son relationship plays an important role in this book. Facts about the author Khaled Hossein was born in March 4, 1965, in Kabul, which is the capital of Afghanistan. He is best known as Afghan-American novelist. He began his career with the “The Kite Runner” in 2002. Upon release, it received critical acclaim chiefly for its engaging story of immigration, a father-son relationship and

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    ‘The Kite Runner’ is a Historical fiction/Drama film directed by Marc Forster. The film is based on the award winning novel “The Kite Runner” which was written by an Afghan-American author Khaled Hosseini. The film was released on the 14th of December 2007, it was shot in three different places Kabul, Peshawar and California. There are several themes embedded in this film such as Loyalty, Friendship, Love, Courage, Family, Power and Sacrifice. The director used Characterisation effectively in this

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    The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini tells the coming of age story of the main character Amir. Throughout the novel, many themes are apparent as Amir gets older and deals with the events of his past. One of the main themes is regardless of any action there is always a way to redeem yourself. There are many examples of this theme in The Kite Runner, like when Rahim Khan tells Amir that he can redeem himself, another would be when Assef beats up/hurts Amir but he feels healed, finally were Amir is flying

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    We often over complicate the definition of betrayal. There is nothing complicated about it, in fact, it is actually quite simple. As Amir did in Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner, we hide behind our shame- act as if we’ve done nothing wrong when in reality, we know the damage we’ve done. The Kite Runner exemplifies the most painful form of betrayal- allowing self-image dictate the way in which treat others. Amir allowed his social status, as well as his own insecurities, distort his sense of morality

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    In the book The Kite Runner there are multiple themes that are a prominent analysis of the text. Betrayal, forgiveness and love are three that are used a lot throughout the novel but then have a deeper meaning. Betrayal is the action of disloyalty towards one’s country, a group or a person. Sometimes betrayal can be considered a form of sin and this ends up occurring in The Kite Runner. During majority of the novel, Amir attempts to deal with his guilt by avoiding it. As time goes by this clearly

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    The Kite Runner, a story about two young children living in Afghanistan who go through their lives on different paths and manage to connect to each other later in life. There are two main themes in the book The Kite Runner. Throughout the book The Kite Runner, the themes of betrayal, forgiveness and immigration are portrayed. The first theme that is portrayed the most is betrayal. Amir and Hassan have been best friends since they were very young. Hassan's father worked for Amir’s father. Amir and

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    Hosseini’s Utilization of Symbolism in The Kite Runner Friendship and loyalty are essential to maintaining healthy relationships. Both involve thoughtful acts which not only occur from one but from both sides of a relationship. Khaled Hosseini writes The Kite Runner to express to his audience how loyalty and companionship make a tremendous impact on not just two ordinary friends, but also other behaviors and relationships in Afghanistan. Throughout his engaging novel, Khaled Hosseini shows readers

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    The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini is a heart racing, an emotional, and a painfully beautiful book. Everything seems as perfect as can be like a kite floating in the steady air. Two boys, Amir and Hassan, different in social classes, but the same in heart and ethnicity live their lives as young boys do. As young boys, they are oblivious to the traumatic events that occur, and are afraid of the consequences that would follow. People say time heals, but for this two, time had strapped them on a kite

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    The Kite Runner ; it motivates the characters to overcome their problems and creates a bond between one another. A relationship seeked by many, cherished by all. The connection between child and parent, can be pleasant and tender but it may also be filled with pain and regret. Love conquering all is a recurring theme in life, in which the novel and the film of The Kite Runner, displays characters overcoming their hardships. Love, a solution often used to conquer or soothe conflicts, The Kite Runner

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