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    The Kite Runner Essay = 100 points DUE in class: Tuesday‚ April 26th [pic][pic][pic] Assignment: Write a five paragraph formal literary essay on a topic of your choosing to appropriately address The Kite Runner. *Remember: • an essay centers around a strong thesis statement (an opinion regarding a specific topic and at least three main developmental points to support your claim) – if you do not make an argument and you relay unoriginal information that I am

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    Thesis: In The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseni‚ Amir’s character is known for being cowardly; he finally attains redemption for his past misdeeds through saving Sohrab from Assef and bringing him back to the United State. Throughout the novel‚ it is hard not to notice how Amir is a a coward. He escapes from his problems‚ and allows someone else to do fighting for him. When Assef assaults Hassan‚ Amir is too coward to help his friend Hassan. All Amir focuses on is the blue kite that Hassan is holding

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    Hosseini Khaled’s The kite Runner: Theme‚ Symbols‚ motifs‚ and Taliban Angela Ge Mr. Moore American Literature‚ 7th hour May 2nd‚ 2014 Angela Ge Mr. Moore American Literature‚ 7th hour May 2nd Hosseini Khaled’s The kite Runner: Theme‚ Symbols‚ motifs‚ and Taliban Khanled Hossini is an Afghan-born American novelist who is famous for his first novel‚ The Kite Runner. This novel was the No. 5 best seller in the New York Times‚ and was made to a movie in 2007. The Kite Runner expresses the theme

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    The Kite Runner‚ by Khaled Hosseini‚ follows the maturation of Amir‚ a male from Afghanistan who needs to find his way in the world as he realizes that his own belief system is not that of his dominant culture. Set in Afghanistan and the United States‚ The Kite Runner is abildungsroman that illustrates the similarities as well as the differences between the two countries and the two vastly different cultures. It is the story of both fathers and sons and friends and brothers‚ and it is a novel about

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    Themes in The Kite Runner “For you a thousand times over.” In Khaled Hosseini’s “The Kite Runner” Afghanistan is portrayed in a flashback of this family’s life. Baba and his son Amir lives in Kabul with their servants Hassan and Ali. Being that Hassan and Amir grew up together they have a very strong bond that is unbreakable under any circumstance or obstacles. In “The Kite Runner” there are three themes in the book‚ love‚ loyalty and guilt. First theme being love in “The Kite Runner”‚Baba had a

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    come: Friday afternoon in Paghman. An open field of grass speckled with mulberry trees in blossom. Hassan and I stand ankle-deep in untamed grass‚ I am tugging on the line‚ the spool spinning in Hassan’s calloused hands‚ our eyes turned up to the kite in the sky. Not a word passes between us‚ not because we have nothing to say‚ but because we don’t have to say anything – that’s how it is between people who

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    In the literature‚ The Kite Runner‚ by Khaled Hosseini‚ the idea and representation of justice‚ and its relationship to that of the treatment of women in Afghan society‚ the ever-changing politics of Afghanistan‚ and the desired results of redemption and forgiveness‚ become illustrated through the novel’s characters and motives. Justice can be defined as the quality of being guided by truth‚ reason‚ and fairness. The Kite Runner illustrates the power of influence from an outside power and its effects

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    The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini was published in 2003. Initially published by Riverhead Books‚ an imprint of Penguin‚ The Kite Runner was said to be the first novel written in English by an Afghan writer‚ and the book appeared on many book club reading lists. The novel is set in Afghanistan from the late 1970s to 1981 and the start of the Soviet occupation‚ then in the Afghan community in Fremont‚ California from the 1980s to the early 2000s‚ and finally in contemporary Afghanistan during the

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    “The kite Runner shows that it is better to confront our mistakes than attempt to leave them behind” Discuss. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini is a realistic fiction novel about making mistakes‚ and Attempt tp leave them behind. The novel takes place in Kabul‚ Pakistan and America in recent times. The Kite Runner is about two motherless boys who create lifelong memories together. The main character tries to find inner peace after he betrays his best friend. Amir is a boy who has dark skin and

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    The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini - The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini 1. Amir is a Pashtun and Hassan is a Hazara. Pashtun ’s are some of the richest people in Afghanistan. The Pastuns have always been the upper class and the Hazaras belonged to the much lower class. They often worked for richer Afghanis‚ trying to get by on a meager living. The two remain on different levels primarily due to religion. The Pashtun ’s are Sunni Muslims‚ while the Hazara ’s are Shi ’a Muslims. The Sunni Muslims are

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