Essay on Analysis Of Khaled Hosseini 's ' The Kite Runner '

1101 Words Jun 13th, 2016 5 Pages
Imagine waking up every morning in your salad years, worried, because you don’t know where you’re next meal is coming from, you don’t know where to walk or wander in the midst of war, poverty, and/or violence and you don’t have the resources other children around the world have when faced with education and diseases. You should be lucky you are not one of the 1.5 billion children living in extreme poverty or one of the 25,000 kids that die daily due to the environment they live in. In Khaled Hosseini 's novel, The Kite Runner, it doesn’t get into the depth of poverty that more than half of Afghan children live in but it does stress on the orphans and the Hazara children and how their rights to be children have been violated. As a child, you are granted a number of rights until you are eighteen that should protect you and let you live to your full potential but so many underprivileged kids aren’t allowed to do so. Even though Child Rights haven’t actually done much in growing countries such as Afghanistan, people should be for protecting children 's rights because kids should be allowed to religious freedom, labor rights, medical attention when needed and education, and these rights should allow kids to live their full potential and grow into aspiring adults.
In The Kite Runner, there are scenes where both Hassan and Sohrab experience violence and rape. This has a major effect on the two boys both physically and mentally. In Hassan’s case, he becomes isolated from everyone…

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