How Does Amir's Actions Lead to Him Feeling Guilty for the Rest of His Life- the Kite Runner
The impact of violence on Amir leads him to betray Hassan, …show more content…
In the end, Amir plots against Hassan, which is the turning point for Amir, Hassan, Baba and Hassan’s father, Ali. Amir puts his watch given to him by his father, Baba, under Hassan’s mattress and accuses him of stealing it. Hassan being a good friend agrees that he stole the watch and takes the blame. Ali quits for working for Baba’s family and leaves with Hassan. This ends Baba’s relationship with Ali because Baba “grew up with Ali” and says, “My father took him in, he loved Ali like his own son. Forty years Ali’s been with my family” (Hosseini 95). Baba’s friendship was very close and all this happens due to Amir’s betrayal towards Hassan. All their friendship is destroyed due to one blue kite that Amir adores more than Hassan. This breaks the bond between both friendships as Ali and Hassan leave and never come back.
Through Amir’s betrayal towards Hassan leads to breaking their relation with each other and also their both fathers. Amir makes a wrong decision by watching his best friend get raped in front of his eyes and does nothing about it. He feels that the kite is worth more than