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Ghorakavi 1 ANonymoUs Mrs. Weldon Pre AP English 10-Period 1 7 May 2008 The Kite Runner Imagine growing up in an environment where you are looked down upon, not just by strangers and neighbors, but by your own kind —your father, and even by yourself. Amir, the main character in Khaled Hosseini’s Kite Runner , is plagued by the harsh punishment of regret throughout his life. From his early childhood, Amir is grows accustomed to the ignorance of his father and to the love of his best friend and half-brother, Hassan. By integrating into his novel, plot, theme, setting, and characters, Hosseini reveals to us his views upon the strength of friendship, religion, government, and classes in society. Throughout the novel, Hosseini develops two major themes. The first and possibly most important is that : true friendship endures the hardest of circumstances . Hassan develops this theme This theme is developed from the first page of the novel to the last. By using the relationship between his two main characters, Amir and Hassan, he demonstrates his views on the strength power of friendship. “Under the same roof we spoke our first words. Mine was Baba .
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