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    Khaled Hosseini

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    your character and shaped your aspirations and for Khaled, it was his homeland back in Kabul, Afghanistan. Works Cited Hosseini, Khaled. The Kite Runner. New York: Riverhead Books, 2003. Print ---. A Thousand Splendid Suns. New York: Riverhead Books, 2007. Print ---. And the Mountains Echoed. New York: Riverhead Books, 2013. Print Mustich, James. “Khaled Hosseini: ‘If I could go back now, I'd take The Kite Runner apart.’” Bnreview.barnesandnoble.com. 28 November 2008. Web. < http://bnreview

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    Khaled Hosseini

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    to share his perspective of Afghanistan and the hardship that an Afghan family like his had to undergo. Works Cited Hosseini, Khaled. The Kite Runner. New York: Riverhead Books, 2003. Print ---. A Thousand Splendid Suns. New York: Riverhead Books, 2007. Print ---. And the Mountains Echoed. New York: Riverhead Books, 2013. Print Mustich, James. “Khaled Hosseini: ‘If I could go back now, I'd take The Kite Runner apart.’” Bnreview.barnesandnoble.com. 28 November 2008. Web. < http://bnreview

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    been struggling to triumph over the forces of violence-forces that continue to threaten them even today” (Hower). Khaled Hosseini’s novels have brought many of his readers a different perspective of Afghanistan. Many people after reading Hosseini’s books start to notice this place more and have sympathy feelings rather negative views about it. Usually people believe the media’s information that conveys about Afghanistan as a poverty place but does not specify why they live in this conditions and how

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    Afghanistan with the rest of his family when he barely eleven years old. After graduating from college, he became a doctor in California, but is currently a novelist and physician. He has been awarded the Book Sense Book of the Year Award for Adult Fiction. Hosseini is also the author of several other books such as A Thousand Splendid Suns and As the Mountains Echoed. FORM, STRUCTURE, AND PLOT: This superb novel is organized into 25 chapters. There is a single straightforward plot. This novel consists

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    hit’ by Craig Wilson, journalist for USA Today, selling more than 1.4 million copies, and requiring 17 printings at the time the article was printed, April, 2005. Some have called it a “certifiable phenomena for a first-time author in today’s anemic book market” (Singh), others still have said “is about the price of peace, both personal and political” (Hill). Hosseini has already made himself a success with The Kite Runner. Hosseini, in his novel The Kite Runner, illustrates that by being a father

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    moral values depicted in this book. Amir is taught many values to be a decent man, however when the situation presents itself for Amir demonstrate his teachings; Amir realizes how different he is from the ways of his father. Amir discovers his courage after many years of being a coward and feeling regret. The teachings of his father did sink in and Amir is now educated with the virtues of a decent man. Works Cited Hosseini, Khaled. The Kite Runner. New York: Riverhead, 2003. Print.

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    The definition of betrayal is to hurt (someone who trusts you, such as a friend or relative) by not giving help or by doing something morally wrong. This definition personifies the actions of the main character, Amir, in The Kite Runner. In The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini, betrayal plays a major role in the plot of the novel. Hosseini uses betrayal to explain the actions and emotions of the characters. With all the betrayal in the novel, one character remains loyal and does not betray his friend

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    The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

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    thing, and most of us feel the need to redeem for something we feel guilt; because of this, redemption is a very used topic in many books. This makes the reader feel a bigger connection to the book and to its characters. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini is one example of a book including this topic. The author uses the idea of redemption a lot throughout the book to give it importance and especial meaning. Many of the characters regret about many of the actions that they made in the past, actions

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    The relationship between father and son

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    The Kite Runner begins, Amir has nothing but his father to call his family; therefore, it is up to Baba to develop his son into the person he wants him to be. However, it turns out that Amir is nothing like his father. “He’s always buried in those books or shuffling around the house like he’s lost in some dream…I wasn’t like that.’ Baba sounded frustrated, almost angry” (Hosseini 23). Baba uses his son’s contrasting interests as an excuse from providing Amir with the fatherly bond he needs in his

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    The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

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    Khaled Hosseini, the author of the bestselling book book The Kite Runner is an afghan born American. He was taking part in the practices of medicine until the success of The Kite Runner after which he moved his focus in to writing. Following The Kite Runner he wrote two other books called A Thousand Splendid Suns And And the Mountains Echoed which both became bestsellers. The Books all at least partially take part in Afghanistan and feature and Afghan protagonist. This shows us that even that he

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