December 13th 2012
The Kite Runner: A Different View Point
In the novel The Kite Runner written by Khaled Hosseini, exemplifies the act of loyalty. This novel outline the hardships character faced and how their perception of the world has changed. The conflict between the Soviets and the Taliban’s affects the character in this novel to experience hardships. The three main characters that change their perception are; firstly after Baba fled to America with Amir his hardships had begun. Secondly after coming to America Amir has forgotten about his past. The guilt Amir carried around with is gone, he compares America to a river because, after immigrating Amir’s sins and his guilt get washed away; however this satisfaction does not last long. Later on Amir learns that Baba lied to him about Hassan and all of his emotion come to life when find out about the secret that Baba was hiding from him. Finally Hassan who does not have different view point in this novel. He consistently stays loyal to Amir throughout his life; Hassan is the only character in this novel that is not affected by the events occurring around him.
Baba struggles and his perception changes when he and Amir immigrate to America. Baba is stuck between two cultures. He is overwhelmed and he has lost his place in reality. Even though he does not where he is in society he stays to for Amir. Even though he (Baba) does not like America he chooses to stay just for Amir. The way Baba thought about it was that it is an “interdisciplinary care for families…” (Susan J). For Baba, Amir means everything to him and he is willing to anything for his son. This is very unusual because though he cares for Amir, Baba does not respond and take extreme action just for his son. Usually Baba looks over Amir yet he looks at the bigger picture before making any decisions. Not only did Baba go to America to protect Amir; he went there because he wants be a caring father for Amir and...
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