The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner

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  • Does he have any interests?
  • The mosque!
  • I don't take your money, I will drive you because I am a father like you.
  • I'll pay you for the ride.
  • The thing about you Afghans is that...well, you people are a little reckless.
  • Haha that's funny.
  • Faisal asks Amir if Sohrab has any interests which may give them a clue as to where he has gone. Amir remembers 'the way the mosque had jolted Sohrab from his stupor'.
  • I'm starting to forget their faces, is that bad?
  • My father died a few years ago [...] I do miss him. Sometimes a lot.
  • Faissal agrees to drive Amir to find Sohrab. He has assumed that Sohrab is Amir's son and as a parent he is understanding to the situation so is happy to help. This shows him as a moral character.
  • Will God put me in hell for what I did to that man?
  • The world had been unkind to him, not the other way around.
  • And I...I couldn't save your father the way he had saved me.
  • The men thankfully find Sohrab quicker than expected and Faisal rushes back to the hotel - but not before commenting on the recklessness of Afghan society.
  • You gave him what he desrved, and he deserved even more.
  • Sohrab opens up to Amir about his family and the two bond over their grief. Hosseini's use of a minor sentence intensifies Amir's grief of losing Baba; showing that despite the deception, Amir still loved Baba deeply. Amir gives Sohrab the photo.
  • Sohrab worries that he will be sent to hell for hurting Assef but Amir assures him that he will not go to hell as Assef was finally getting what he deserved. The use of an ellipsis shows how Amir is still struggling with the guilt of not saving Hassan years later.
  • Amir tells Sohrab that, if anything, Assef deserved worse than what he got. He comforts Sohrab anf the two bond further.
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