Essay about The Kite Runner By Khaled Hosseini

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The Kite Runner Analysis
When children grow up, they must learn to deal with the decisions they make during their lifetime. One author that shows how a person deals with the decisions they have made in their lifetime is Khaled Hosseini, in his novel, The Kite Runner. In this vigorous publication, Hosseini demonstrates the effects of decision making that people make in their existence. Because of his influence on decision making, Hosseini shows how a decision can become a violence that threatens a person everyday. Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner, is a powerful novel that shows how the forces of violence continue to threaten people everyday.
Khaled Hosseini’s novel, The Kite Runner, has many themes that are portrayed throughout the novel. Some themes that are shown are friendship and innocence. The theme friendship is shown when Assef and his gang told Hassan to give them the blue kite. “But before you sacrifice yourself for him, think about this: Would he do the same for you? Have you ever wondered why he never includes you in games when he has guests? I’ll tell you why, Hazara. Because to him, you’re nothing but an ugly pet. Something he can play with when he’s bored, something he can kick when he’s angry. Don’t ever fool yourself and think you’re something more” (Hosseini Page 72). Assef tells Hassan that Amir only talks and hangs out with him because he is a pet to Amir, nothing more. This whole time that Assef is harassing Hassan, Amir is watching from a distance. Amir…

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