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Kite Runner Chapters 1-3. Mr. Reid. Summary. S.F . (2001) - Amir, as an adult, receives a phone call from Rahim Khan Unatoned sins “There is a way to be good again.” Remembering times as a child w/ Hassan ( Hazara ) before winter of 1975

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Summary
  • S.F. (2001) - Amir, as an adult, receives a phone call from Rahim Khan
  • Unatoned sins “There is a way to be good again.”
  • Remembering times as a child w/ Hassan (Hazara) before winter of 1975
  • Differences b/n Hassan (Hazara & Shi’a) and Amir (Pashtun & Sunni)
  • Conflict b/n Amir & father, Baba – jealous of anything that gets his attention
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  • “I felt as if I were sitting on a pair of tree trunks. He took a deep breath and exhaled through his mustache for what seemed an eternity. I couldn’t decide whether I wanted to hug him or leap from his lap in mortal fear” (Hosseini 16).
  • “At parties, when all six-foot-five of him thundered into the room, attention shifted to him like sunflowers turning to the sun” (Hosseini 13).
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  • “Because the truth of it was, I always felt like Baba hated me a little. And why not? After all, I had killed his beloved wife, his beautiful princess, hadn’t I?” (Hosseini 19).
  • “I cried all the way back home. I remember how Baba’s hands clenched around the steering wheel…. I will remember his valiant efforts to conceal the disgusted look on his face” (Hosseini 21).
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Father / Son Relationships

A Son’s relationships with his father can greatly impact his perception of his self.