kite Runner


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  • Character v.s. Character
  • ¨Then charged. Hassan hurled the rock. It struck Assef in the forehead. Assef yelped as he flung himself at Hassan, knocking him to the ground.”(73)
  • Character v.s. Character
  • “Hassan never talked about his mother, as if she’d never existed. I always wondered if he dreamed about her, about what she looked like, where she was. I wondered if he longed to meet her?” (6)
  • Character v.s. Self
  • “Then I saw Baba do something I had never seen him do before: He cried. It scared me a little, seeing a grown man sob. Fathers weren't supposed to cry. “Please,” Baba was saying, but Ali had already turned to the door. Hassan trailing him. I'll never forget the way Baba said that, the pain plea, the fear.” (107)
  • “Everyone agreed that my father, my Baba, had built the most beautiful house in the Wazir Akbar Khan district, a new and affluent neighborhood in the northern part of Kabul.” (4)
  • Character v.s. Society
  • He has the best house ever!
  • Character v.s. Society
  • “ The kite fighting tournament was an old winter tradition in Afghanistan. It started early in the morning on the day of the contest and didn’t end until only the winning kite flew in the sky--. People gathered on sidewalk and roofs to cheer for their kids.” (51)
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