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Exploration Essay The Kite Runner

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“Kite Runner” by Khaled Hosseini is New York Times #1 bestseller. I loved reading this book. It discusses the sociological issues of Afghanistan. It involves, opposite religions, tells about family and friendship, the presence and how into the feelings of poor and rich, it also refers to the war of Afghanistan and all its troubles. The narrator of the book, who also is apart of the story, is named Amir. Amir grew up peacefully when he was little, as he grew older, the country’s revolution began and Russian forces invade Afghanistan. There are two different kinds of Muslims, Amir was one kind and his servant, and also his one and only best friend, like a brother, is another kind of ...view middle of the document...

He could not have that happen to himself for he is the son of a rich man, and a carrier of a high religion. This story includes a lot of family complications; it deals with real life family problems. It also explains, that Amir had one of the best educations but learned very little, while Hassan had barely no education and learned a lot and cherished his only religion. It explains to completely different side of a child and as he grows how he has changed, and towards the end, it will all be perfectly fine, but with many regrets. The book explains that the poor live honestly, and with a lot more pride than the rich do. The poor do not hide or run from what is in front of them, they take it like a man, for example when Hassan did not run or scream from the boys that rapped him, all for a kite. When you look on the other hand at Amir’s side of life, you see that it is okay to run, and hide, that you are just there to live life, and not to die or get hurt for it. Also when you are at as high rich of a stage as Amir was you will learn to not admire what God gave you, or what is in front of you,...

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