Amir Witnessed Hassan's Dream In The Kite Runner

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The vivid thought of dreams illustrates Amir’s outlook on personal issues. When Amir witnessed Hassan get raped, he felt guilty for not helping, and his guilt grew on him. In correspondence with the haunting experience, Hassan had a dream of himself and Amir in Ghargha Lake. No one swims in the lake because a monster is said to be in the lake. Amir jumps into the water and Hassan follows; “”But no one was swimming because they said a monster had come to the lake. It was swimming at the bottom waiting… Everyone is scared to get in the water… there’s no monster you say… and before anyone can stop you, you dive into the water, start swimming away”” (Hosseini 59). They swim out to the middle of the lake to show the crowd the only way to overcome

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