The Kite Runner By Khaled Hosseini Essay

1533 Words Nov 17th, 2015 7 Pages
Acceptance is something that many people long for and when an individual finds it they truly feel loved, appreciated, and wanted. The lives of individuals cannot be complete if they continuously refuse to move forward in life. Acceptance allows an individual to destroy the negative aspects of an uncomfortable situation; through that, one may also learn to love and allow others to love him or her. Love is a special bond that makes life more enjoyable because an individual is able to share the joys and burdens of life with someone else. Tim O 'Brien 's novel The Things They Carried is a reflection of O’Brien himself, who was once a soldier, and he talks about the realities of war and how they have affected him. It is through storytelling that he finds comfort and acceptance of his past. Similarly, The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini tells of a man’s reflection on his past, particularly the event in the Winter of 1975, and how it has shaped him into the person he is now. In Zora Neale Hurston 's novel Their Eyes Were Watching God, the journey to find love is portrayed in the reflection of a woman by the name of Janie. She encounters many relationships that appear to feel right; however, it is not until she meets Tea Cake that she finds someone who possesses the love she has been imagining. In the film Forrest Gump, the main character Forrest, tells people who accompany him on the bus bench his life story of how he has become who he is through the ups and downs of life. He also…

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