Amir is Pashtun, giving him a generally similar appearance to other Iranian people, such the Baluchi, and Persians (don't have book so I can't get an exact description) Educated Selfish Rash Resigned Creative
Amir witnessed Hassan being raped trying to defend the kite he ran for Amir (I couldn't find an alley background, so have a jail to represent Amir being mentally trapped after this point)
Amir Moved to America with Baba, and started to move on from his past, pursues his dream of being an author, meets and marries Soraya only to find out they cannot have children.
Amir received a call from Rahim Khan in Pakistan, who summons Amir stating "There is a way to be good again Amir jan". While in Pakistan Rahim Khan tells Amir about Hassan's death and sends Amir off to save his son Sohrab. Amir then succeeds to save Sohrab from Assef.
Amir struggles to gain Sohrab's trust, and Sohrab remains detached from the world since his rescue, but at the end of the novel, Amir begins to interact with Sohrab again when they fly a kite together.
Rahim Khan probably says something insightful about Amir, and while Amir is heading back into Afghanistan there is some stream of conscious from him about how he won't be a pushover anymore, or something like that. (Again, I don't have a book, so this is about the best I can do)
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