Babais primarily loyal to his own self- interests, and he "molded the world around him to his liking. Instead, he praises America and the modern world, and he holds a special place in his heart for Ali and Hassan--Hazaras scorned
Chapter 8 After the rape, Amir and Hassan spend less time together. When they arrive they have a large traditional Afghan dinner. Baba proudly tells everyone about the kite tournament, but Amir does not enjoy it.
After dinner, they all lie down to bed in the same room, but Amir cannot sleep. He says aloud that he watched Hassan get raped, but nobody is awake to hear The kite runner loyalty. He says this is the night he became an insomniac. When Amir and Baba return home, Hassan asks Amir if he wants to walk up the hill with him.
They walk in silence, and when Hassan asks if Amir will read to him, Amir changes his mind and wants to go home. Amir continues not to play with Hassan. When Hassan asks Amir what he did wrong, Amir tells Hassan to stop harassing him. After that, the boys avoid each other.
One day, Amir asks Baba if he would ever get new servants. Baba becomes furious and says that he will never replace Ali and Hassan. With the start of school, Amir spends hours alone in his room. One afternoon he asks Hassan to walk up the hill with him so he can read him a story.
They sit under a pomegranate tree, and Amir asks Hassan what he would do if he threw a pomegranate at him. Amir begins pelting Hassan with pomegranates and yells at Hassan to hit him back.
He crushes a pomegranate against his own forehead, asks Amir if he is satisfied, and leaves. That summer ofAmir turns thirteen. Baba invites more than people to the party he plans. At the party Baba makes Amir greet each guest personally. Assef arrives and acts politely as he jokes with Baba.
He tells Amir that he chose the gift himself. Amir cannot hide his discomfort, embarrassing Baba and forcing him to apologize.
Once Amir is alone he opens the gift, a biography of Hitler, which he throws away. As Amir sits in the dark, Rahim Khan shows up and starts chatting with him, sharing that he was almost married once.
The girl was a Hazara. They would meet secretly at night and imagine a life together. But when Rahim Khan told his father, his father became enraged and sent the girl and her family away. Rahim Khan says it was for the best. He tells Amir he is always there to listen, then gives him a leather-bound notebook for his stories.
Fireworks begin, and the two rush back to the house, where Amir sees Hassan serving drinks to Assef and Wali. Chapter 9 The next morning Amir opens his presents. He thinks to himself that either he or Hassan must leave. As he is going out later, Ali stops him and gives him his present.Critics Consensus: Despite some fine performances, The Kite Runner is just shy of rendering the magic of the novel on to the big screen.
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Loyalty and "The Kite Runner" How can loyalty shown by "The Kite Runner" be broken down into two more parts? The only one I have is how Hassan was attacked by Assef because he would not give up the kite that he had run for Amir.
May 29, · The Kite Runner has 2,, ratings and 64, reviews. فرشاد said: In , when I was Mathematics teacher at a private high school in Iran, I had an. The Kite Runner is an incredible story about friendship, betrayal, and loyalty.
Hassan is incredibly loyal to his best friend and master, Amir. . Full body view of Sora. Sora is a short, young boy with light cyan hair, that is tied up and spiked out.
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