Khaled Hosseini 's The Kite Runner Essay

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Amir is a character who goes through the circle of life in Khaled Hosseini 's novel The Kite Runner. Amir is an Afghani boy who lives with his father and has two Hazara servants Hassan and Ali. Ever since Hassan became one of Amir 's servants, Amir has experienced some difficulty with his relationship with Hassan. Amir was always told by his friend Kham Khan that he has the opportunity to be good again. Khaled Hosseini proves that Amir comes full circle when Amir as a kid, has guilt after living in America, and Amir 's relationship with Hassan his family.

Amir had two servants Hassan and Ali, Although Ali was a lot older than Amir, AMir had no other choice but to build a friendship with Hassan. Both Amir and Hassan were close in age always doing things together. One thing Amir and Hassan liked to do read together. However, when Hassan has difficulty pronouncing and understanding words. Amir “my favorite part of reading to Hassan was when we came across a big word that he didn 't know. I’d tease him... Ill use it in a sentence for you. ‘When it comes to words, Hassan is an imbecile”(Hosseini 28). Amir likes to make fun of Hassan and be mean to him always making Hassan feel down on himself but he never let Amir get in the way. In the summer Amir and Hassan liked to lite run the boys were so interested they entered a kite running contest. Surprisingly, AMir and Hassan women working as a team. As the tournament ended Hassan was with a group of boys in an alley. Amir at…

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