Kites symbol many things in the book. Amir is such a man. Because he comes into adulthood in America, Amir does not suffer along with his fellow Afghans. Repetition of person, object or image. The context or message of the story. Hassan makes the final forfeit - He defends Amir, even though he knows Amir has betrayed him. When Amir finds out about Baba's sin, he feels as though his entire life has been a cycle of betrayal, even before he himself betrayed Hassan.
Although Baba works hard in Fremont, he and Amir struggle to make ends meet. Ali cared deeply for Hassan and took care of him as best as he could with the limited means of living that they had. Baba has handpicked the sheep again this year, a powder white one with crooked black ears. Throughout the novel, the author shows that redemption requires some sort of sacrifice and the only way that is possible is if you can forgive yourself from the mistakes you have made in the past. It was the look of the lamb.
Winners get to keep any kites they down. Even though Hassan is the victim of discrimination and class structure, he is completely devoted and loyal to Amir, both as his servant and as his friend. The activity of kite fighting is violent by nature. There are many ironic twists and turns and always keeps you wanting to read more. It's already spread and it's terminal.
In kite fighting, one boy controls the kite while the other assists by feeding the string. Amir agrees to come to Afghanistan to get Hassan's child. Amir may have nearly drowned in guilt, but he was able to make up for it in the end. Irony The adult Amir clearly recognizes the ironies in his own story. In your answer you should consider; Language choices and Narrative viewpoint. Like the rapes of Hassan and Sohrab, the event symbolizes the devastation of Afghanistan as a whole, as Afghans once knew it.
So Amir and Baba pack up and sneak across the border to Pakistan. An obvious element within this theme is how Hosseini addresses and explains the horrendous invasion that evolves Afghanistan. Amir is haunted by the guilt of his wrongdoings even after he gets married and starts a successful career as a writer. Thus, the only way complete forgiveness can occur is when one forgives oneself, and that will only occur when one has truly attempted to atone for the mistakes that one has made. However, when he witnesses Hassan being raped, he turns his back to it and runs away. But the guilt begins to wear on Amir — how can he go on with life if just seeing Hassan reminds him of his cowardice? Forgiveness Ideas about forgiveness permeate The Kite Runner.
It was the look of the lamb. The Taliban takes a cue from Hitler and makes a mission to exterminate the entire Hazara race; Hassan is a victim of the massacre. One of the most graphic accounts is of the stoning at Ghazi Stadium. According to Farid, however, Amir never had an Afghan identity to lose. However, one day his old friend Rahim Khan calls him and tells him there is a way to redeem himself back in Afghanistan. We learn that violence is not the answer to Amir's problems, nor does he understand just how deep its consequences run.
To teach Hassan a lesson, Assef rapes Hassan in an alleyway while Wali and Kamal watch. In addition to the differences between Muslim sects, The Kite Runner also alludes to the differences between European and Western Christian cultures on the one hand, and the culture of the Middle East on the other. Children like Sohrab and grandmothers like Sanaubar are all susceptible to the Taliban's cruelty. He uses violence to place himself above the law. Not only is kite fighting violent because it is a kind of battle, but boys injure their hands when they participate.
In this same way, when Sohrab falls into a great inner depression and tries to commit suicide, the spirit within him emerges and he finds his way to happiness again. Every time Amir sees Hassan, he gets stabbed through the heart with guilt. The children in the novel are never allowed to be children for long. But most important, forgive yourself. Hassan was bullied by the neighborhood children for being a Hazara and led to the assualt he receives by Assef.