"Hassan, The Hazara"
I recall Hassan, a character from Khaled Hosseini's "The Kite Runner". Hassan, could not go to school, or live the life of a normal child. He was bound to forgo any educational pursuits and dedicate his time and energy to drudgery. This was because of his being a Hazara. The Afghan society of that time, despised and belittled Hazaras. Thus, the latter were always subject to discrimination. Moreover, there was no choice they could make. Society had stigmatized their race concurrently leaving them no option of leading a better life. Consequently, Hassan was rendered incapable of "making his choice". He was severely limited.
"Baba, (Amir's Father)"
Baba (Amir's father) , a towering man who defies the world is a irony. A man with two lives. One of a person who stands tall amidst men and defies commonly accepted opinions with his own views about world. Another of a man who stands ashamed by his own sins and leads a half life. Although dispite his Wrong goings he commits to his son and hafe son, "Amir and Hassan" but unfortunatly Bringing Jealousy amongst the two boys.Baba transforms into a three-dimensional human being, and his relationship with the motherless Amir takes a turn for the better. Amir’s fear and hero-worship of his father turn into genuine affection as they leave their country at a time of great political upheaval.
"Loyalty and Devotion"
In contrast to Amir’s coward personality would be Hassan caring personality. Hassan, a Hazara, is a Muslim and a servant to Amir’s family. Aside from his status as a servant, he would still treat Amir with a lot of respect. Hassan would basically do everything for Amir. Also, Hassan would also back up Amir, every time he is in a hostile predicament. Though Hassan was illiterate, it did not stop him from caring about Amir. On the other hand, Amir was very jealous of Hassan because Baba, Amir’s father, admired Hassan more. Amir would do a lot of things that would disgrace and abuse...
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