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    Khaled Hosseini Biography Khaled Hosseini (Persian: خالد حسینی [ˈxɒled hoˈsejni]; English: /ˈhɑːlɛd hoʊˈseɪni/;[1] born March 4‚ 1965) is an Afghan-born American novelist and physician. He has lived in the United States since he was fifteen years old and is an American citizen. His 2003 debut novel‚ The Kite Runner‚ was an international bestseller‚ selling more than 12 million copies worldwide.[2] His second‚ A Thousand Splendid Suns‚ was released on May 22‚ 2007.[3] In 2008‚ the book was the bestselling

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    between a wealthy boy and his servant‚ is written by Khaled Hosseini. Hosseini was born on March 4‚ 1965‚ in Kabul‚ Afghanistan. At the age of 11‚ his family was relocated to Paris by the Foreign Ministry. By 1980‚ Hosseini’s family was granted permission to move back to Afghanistan‚ however because of the invasion of the Soviet army and a communist coup‚ they never returned to their hometown. Instead they immigrated to San Diego‚ USA‚ where Hosseini obtained a medical degree at the University of California

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    In my english class we are reading the book called the “Kite Runner‚” written by Khaled Hosseini. This book itself is about fierce cruelty and fierce love. This book can also be considered to be a journey novel. A journey of redemption and self- awareness. This novel is different because it starts at the end‚ meaning that when you read the book the “Kite Runner‚” Khaled Hosseini starts to like give flashbacks on the things that happened in his life and the things he wished he could’ve done differently

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    Austin McLaughlin Hour 1 English 12 Mr. Johnson 10 January 2015 The Kite Runner Essay The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini was a very inspirational book. It showed people how the country used to be good until the Russians and the Taliban came in. Americans always thought Afghanistan was a bad country because of “Terrorists”‚ but before they came in the country was very peaceful. Hosseini wants the reader to know just how great Afghanistan used to be‚ how proud they are of customs and traditions‚ and

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    At some point in most people’s lives they will achieve redemption through a life changing event. In the book The Kite Runner‚ Written by Khaled Hosseini‚the character finds why friends matter. In the story a dramatic event happens that sets up the journey of a young/man to find his new life in america. He also finds out the true meaning of loyalty. In the story one of the main characters named Amir does achieve redemption by savings his friends son named Sohrab after his dad Hassan was killed.

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    Over the last month or so i read The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. This book has been eye opening for me. At points‚ I had to put down the book‚ close my eyes‚ and think. It brought up many memories for me‚ multiple times I had to tell myself that it’s in the past and it can’t be changed now. I actually spent fairly long amounts of time going over my life decisions so far‚ my regrets‚ and most of all‚ my future. When Amir had to make strong choices‚ it made me remember recent tough situations when

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    The book‚ The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini‚ is a “classic” in the making. It tells a story of fierce cruelty and fierce yet‚ redeeming love. The qualities within The Kite Runner such as‚ teachings of morals/lessons‚ relatable characters and its in depth description of culture/tradition will contribute to the making of it to the exalted “classic” status. With these in mind and various other qualities that make this text worth experiencing‚ The Kite Runner will continue to be read repeatedly and

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    HosseiniKhaled. A Thousand Splendid Suns. New York: Penguin Group‚ ( Hosseini 15) 2007. Print. In the Mornings‚ they awoke to the distant bleating of sheep and the high-pitched toot of a flute a Gul Daman’s shepherds led their flock to graze on the grassy hillside. Mariam and Nana milked goats‚ fed hens‚ and collected eggs. They made bread together. Nana taught her to sew too‚ and cook rice and all the different toppings: shalqam stew with turnip‚ spinach sabzi‚ cauliflower with ginger

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    easily affected by background and religion no matter how lengthy and strong they are. The ways different people view connection are influenced by their culture‚ which leads into the damaging and destruction of the already exist relationships. Khaled Hosseini‚ in his book The Kite Runner‚ illustrates the struggles of relationships caused by cultural and religious reason through the stories of two young boys‚ Amir and Hassan. Ever since they were born‚ Hassan had shown endless love and appreciation

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    A good man is someone who makes mistakes that may be or may not be important but learns to face the truth and make up for his mistakes in order to begin fresh. It also means having some traits that make a person “good”. Being a good man may not always seem to be approved in other people’s perspective‚ however there is no way of convincing people who is a honorable person and who is a “bad” person. The form men are viewed is influenced by the way society tells us he or they are‚ yet nobody knows what

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