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In the novel The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini there were two friends, one named Hassan and one named Amir. As Amir and Hassan both were good friends only one of them was a true friend. Amir was not that rue friend and yet Hassan would never see it he was too good of a friend to see the false side of Amir. Hassan was always a true and loyal friend to Amir but Amir was never really loyal he betrayed Hassan. Now as an adult that he is after hurting Hassan he has the guilt of what he did to poor Hassan.
The opening paragraph of Hosseini’s powerful novel shows many themes such as the guilt Amir is confronted with. Amir keeps sins deep in his heart as he is full of guilt and remorse of his childhood with Hassan. We also know that Amir does not see Hassan as a friend and Hassan really does see Amir as a true friend. Although Amir was not a horrible person he was never a loyal and true friend like Hassan was he betrayed Hassan and never had the chance to apologize to him. “But he’s not my friend! He’s my servant!” (Hosseini 38). This quote show exactly how Amir was not a true friend to Hassan he denies about Hassan being his friend but instead he describes him as his servant. "I'd sooner eat dirt," he said with a look of indignation.” (Hosseini 34). This was a quote said by Hassan as Amir quickly tells him if he would really eat dirt for him, Hassan gives him a look and Amir tells him he would never make him do that. That shows Amir really was never a good friend to Hassan.
How does Amir seek redemption? As Amir is now an adult and as his guilt hurts him and hurting him even more now know that Hassan was his Blood brother. "A man who has no conscience, no goodness, does not suffer." (Hosseini 301). This quote was very true because Amir ...

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...f Sohrab and he has fully adopted his as his own son showing his appreciation to Hassan.
The main message Amir presents to the reader is that sometimes we do not appreciate what we have. When we have the best we as humans always turn it aside and give it the worst. I ran. A grown man running with a swarm of screaming children. But I didn't care. I ran with the wind blowing in my face, and a smile as wide as the valley of Panjsher on my lips. I ran. (Hosseini 391). He shows us how now as an adult he regrets everything but as he has Sohrab now he will gift the love that he never gave to Hassan. “In the end, the world always wins. That's just the way of things.” (Hosseini 380). Amir proves just how by doing something right for someone who loved you things will always work out the way the world wants it to be and that in the end the world will always win in a good way.
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