i) Guilt is a motivator and the reason why many people do a good action. It pushes people to do good so they do not have a conscience. ii) Growth and maturity is only achieved if obstacles and betrayals in relationships are recognized and atoned for iii) Negative influences in friendship relations are stronger than positive influences and effect people more often. - Obstacles in life make people stronger and give them the strength to continue. They teach them the most important lessons -
The Kite Runner is an exceptionally intriguing book. It is an extremely irritating book with the majority of the realistic points of interest. You know when you 're viewing a motion picture and somebody is getting tormented severely and there is blood all over the place and it is a truly realistic scene? Be that as it may, despite everything you observe despite the fact that it 's gross since you need to see what is going to happen to the individual? That is the manner by which Kite Runner is for me. Despite the fact that the book is exceptionally aggravating in numerous parts I can 't put it down in light of the fact that I need to continue pursuing to see what happens to the individual after the realistic and irritating scenes. Are the assault
A reason for this could be that Baba perhaps felt guilty about keeping the brotherhood between Amir and Hassan a secret. Although Baba was distant towards Amir and, at times, Hassan, he appeared to pay attention to the relationship between the two. He possibly knew how poorly Amir treated Hassan and felt he was solely to blame because he had kept their kinship from them. Baba assumed that Amir treated Hassan so poorly because Amir saw himself as better than Hassan. Since in his mind he, Amir, was a Pashtun and Hassan was merely a Hazara, as well as the son of Amir 's father 's servant. Even though Amir witnessed his Baba treating Ali, Hassan 's father, kindly, almost like a brother, he did not follow suit. Since Amir was more influenced by the opinions and views of the children he went to school with rather than his own
During the commencing chapters of the novel, Amir's life is fortunate. He lives in an extravagant home, has servants and does not lack prerequisites. However, it becomes apparent that these luxuries do not make his life easier, but only function to make the early years of his life more complex. Amir’s mother deceases of a maternal death, and he appears to have the characteristics of his mother than his father. His father is dismissive and ashamed of Amir. Amir develops a series of relationships with a young servant Hazara named Hassan, Hassan's father Ali and his father's business partner Rahim Khan to make up for his lack of connection to his parent. Nonetheless these interactions fill the void in his life. He becomes somewhat acrimonious and trials his most significant relationship, that with Hassan, often.
“It is easier for a father to have a child than for a child to have a real father”; a quote from Pope John XXIII that sums up the relationship between Baba and Amir. Fathers are important in children’s lives, however occasionally a father is not emotionally connected to their child. Relationships are important for learning, especially those with parents. In “Kite Runner”, Amir’s character is shaped and colored by many people. Baba is most responsible for how Amir was shaped.
Is it hard to escape the past, from the book “The kite runner” and the movie “Les miserables” have enlightened me to the struggles that both characters Val jean and Amir faced. Amir was bourn in Pakistan and the book took place during the 70’s and the late 90’s.Val jean lived in France in 1832, while being in very different situations they both had similar struggles being a loss of a friend. Amir lost his friendship with Hassan however Val Jean witnessed the death of one of his good friends Fantine. This is how it can be hard to escape the past.
Since September 11, 2001, the Western world’s view of the Middle East, specifically countries like Iraq or Afghanistan, has shifted drastically. Whenever the media portrays the Middle East, they manage to spin a story negatively or violently. Due to these extrinsic influences, the youngest generation of Americans has never known an America that did not express at least some hatred toward certain parts of the Eastern world. Novels like The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini strive to encourage a healthy interest in Afghanistan and the Middle East while breaking the stereotypes that westerners have come to accept as fact about the culture and religion of Afghanistan. Hosseini manages to conjure a universal story line with relatable characters that introduce the world to the everyday people of postcolonial Afghanistan. On a grander scale, in The Kite Runner Khaled Hosseini utilizes his own life experiences alongside his firsthand account of the contemporary history of Afghanistan to craft a novel that breaks down these negative stereotypes and offers a significant contribution to Afghan American literature.
This quote, an excerpt from the letter Rahim Khan wrote to Amir, reveals the inner torment Baba faced regarding his two sons, whom he didn’t know how to love fairly, and the guilt he carried for fathering an illegitimate son, guilt that is reminiscent of Amir’s guilt for betraying Hassan. All his life, Baba had been hard on Amir, withholding the fatherly affection Amir longed for, but, as Rahim reveals, this was also hard on Baba. Baba wanted to be able to show affection to both of his sons, but didn’t know how when one of his sons was illegitimate and the other represented everything that made him feel guilty. In this quote, it is also apparent that Baba is much more like Amir than either of them thought. Baba harbored guilt for betraying Ali, just as Amir suffered guilt for betraying Hassan.
A kite arises slowly in the distance, bring different memories for different people. To Amir, the protagonist of The Kite Runner, kites can always recall the memory of Afghan - his motherland,his family, his friends and his atonement for his offense.
Not only did Amir ran away, but he never told anyone what he saw, this including Hassan. However, this is not his last sin, for in a few months later Amir frames Hassan for thief. Hassan, when faced with Baba, say that he stole the items in question to protect Amir. And shorty leaves Baba’s service with his father against Baba insistent to stay with them and solve the issue in a differ manner… In the end, Amir got the bonding time he what with his father, however, at a cost of not helping Hassan in his greatest time of