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Father Son Relationship

The novel “The Kite Runner” by Khaled Hosseini is the story of edgy family relationships between a father and a son, and between two brothers, who deal with guilt and forgiveness. The adult narrator, Amir, lives in and is studying and remembering his past, thinking about a boyhood friend whom he has betrayed. The action of the story then moves backward in time to the narrator's early life in , where he is the only child of a sophisticated businessman. Amir's closest friend is a servant of Hassan. Hassan is a poor illiterate boy who is a member of the Hazara ethnic society. The Kite Runner deals with the themes of identity, loyalty, courage, and betrayal, and the political and social transformation of in the 1970s.

In the beginning of the story, Baba and Amir’s relationship is not one of a father and son. Baba does give Amir the necessary things roof, food, and bed, but Baba does not give the fatherly love that Amir needs. Because his father hates Amir for his wife’s death or the unrelenting stream of disappointment from Amir never seemed to look like his father. Amir describes Baba as ashamed and has hatred over him crying a face of huge disappointment and embarrassment, or the time when Baba witnesses Amir shocked over a fight with neighborhood kids and embraced Hassan for fighting. Another critical incident in Baba and Amir’s relationship is when Baba refuses to listen to his stories. So the reason behind Amir’s passion with his mother books because he has no real relationship with his father so he is trying to have a connection to his mother. Amir in is in a constantly struggling to stir up at his father. That is why Amir felt obligated to win the kite fighting tournament, and during the competition there is no wonder Amir took a look at his father to seek his approval.

The country that which the character lives in is a lower class structure. Amir's father Baba is a wealth as a result; Amir represents the upper class. Hassans' is a Hazara. Hazara's were lower class and most, treated as servants and slaves. Some were not treated much better earning low pay as servants laboring as attendants, cooks, housekeepers, drivers, midwives, cloth washers, and yard workers in many middle class households. People in this country were working hard to bring food into their house for their children. As young boys, Amir and Hassan enjoyed doing everything together. However, Amir never thought Hassan and him friends. Amir felt this way because he knew that neither history nor religion changed who they were. One day while Hassan and Amir were walking towards their tree they came upon Assef and his friends. Assef wants to start a fight with them. Hassan grabbed his slingshot and shoots it right at Assef. During the tournament, Amir cut down the last kite and Hassan ran to get the kite for Amir. Amir went looking for Hassan after he did not come home. This is when the shocking incident happen when second time Assef meet with Hassan and Amir saw what happened with his friend he was paralyzed and couldn’t do anything to help him, Amir saw the blue kite behind the back of Hassan, and he protected the kite from the one person that he hated the most and ran away. Amir betrayed the person that once stood up for him the one person who was ready to do anything to be loyal to him. Amir was a coward and ran away and feels guilty for his feelings and behavior. After that incident with Assef and his friends, the lives Amir and Hassan change.

Amir was a Pashtun and Hassan was a Hazara. They play on the streets together through the parks and saw many movies together. They used to play hide and seek, cops and robbers, cowboys and they loved insect torture. One of the best times that Amir and Hassan shared together was under their pomegranate tree on top of a hill. They climbed the tree and Amir read many stories to him. Hassan was uneducated and Amir made fun of him because he could not read. One day Amir and Hassan took knives and carved their names in the tree. It said, “Amir and Hassan, the sultans of ”. He made fun of him whenever he had the chance, but Hassan never took it to heart and still seeming Amir as his best friend. Hassan was both physically and mentally stronger than Amir. Amir never stood up for himself and he was different from Hassan. He liked poetry but his father believed was not normal for a young boy. When conditions and his ethics require Amir as a young man to return briefly to , we see an entirely different city. Many of the buildings are wrecked after the war and conserved by the later economic downturn.

In my point of view he does love Baba dearly and admires him a lot for his courage, charity and nature. But he is scared of Baba as well. Their relationship improves when they move to . There Baba is free from the feeling guilt towards Ali and Hassan and Amir is also grown up by then. So a relationship of trust and companionship among strangers develops between them. Baba wants Amir to come out of the shielding he had lived in till then. He wanted him to stand for his own self be on his on. This is one reason between them which Amir is too fearful to overcome.
You've gone back and forth between present tense and past tense.
When writing, it is important to discuss the salient points, but keep it brief and to the point. If you write the way you speak, it leads to confusion, as well as mistakes like transposing the past with the present.
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There is way too much retell in this, make it brief and get straight to the point. Assume the reader has read the Kite Runner, a sentence max on saying what is happening also you need to use quotes (This can replace your retell)