Analysis Of Purple Hibiscus, And Khaled Hosseini 's The Kite Runner
Mrs. Chimamanda Adichie had a pretty privileged life growing up in Nsukka Nigeria: her father worked at the University of Nigeria and was the country 's first professor of statistics while her mother was the first female registrar. When she was only nineteen years old, Adichie left for the United States to further her education. In 2001 she graduated with a degree in creative writing. It was then that she started her writing career. Since then she has won many awards for her novels and short stories which include: Purple Hibiscus, Half of a Yellow Star and Americanah.
Mr. Khaled Hosseini on the other hand, grew up in Kabul, Afghanistan. Hosseini and his family were relocated to Paris due to a communist coup and the Soviet Union invading the country. The Hosseini’s sought political asylum in the U.S. where Khaled began his first novel, The Kite Runner. He has also started The Khaled Hosseini Foundation, a nonprofit organization, that provides humanitarian assistance to the people of Afghanistan.
Please join me, Agatha, your host for tonight 's interview with Mrs. Adichie and Mr. Hosseini while they talk about the many themes of their…