Mind The Gap

Mind The Gap - Matt Deis Mr. McNerney PA English 9/13/09...

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Matt Deis Mr. McNerney PA English 9/13/09 Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner Throughout the history of America there have been many unique and challenging cultural relations between different religions, ethnic groups and even sexes. All of these are part of an average student textbook in the United States and most of these students are well informed of when and more importantly why these interactions occurred. Yet, although these students may be knowledgeable about their own history, the large majority of them do not know anything about the history of one of the most influential and important countries of our generation. Afghanistan. Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner open’s up the reader’s eyes to the internal affairs of Afghanistan and connects with the reader on a personal level in order for them to better understand the social structure and history of Afghanistan. From the bottom up, the social structure of Afghanistan can almost be related to caste system in India. Children are born into
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