Most major parts have another parts similar, but different scenarios. Hassan protects the kite for Amir, then the house for Baba because he is loyal even when Amir is nothing but mean to him and takes him for granted. . Sanaubar goes from a no show mother to a constant is Hassan’s life because she feels guilty for leaving him when he was so young. Amir went from running from his problems and being a coward, to staying to fight and standing up for what he believes in.
In addition Baba felt like he needed Amir to be a good man and the only way was to be hard on him. Therefore without Baba and the way he was with Amir, He wouldn't have been the man he grew up to be. In the novel, Amir was shaped and influenced by the other characters. Amir was influence by Sohrab because he helped him redeem himself. Hassan helped him realize that forgiving is a big part in life.
I ran it fairly. This is his kite” (page number). Assef and his cronies had Hassan cornered, but instead of giving them what they wanted, Hassan continued to be a great friend to Amir and to fight for fairness. Hassan’s rape also marked a changing point in Amir’s story. Amir continually blames himself for not stepping up and stopping Assef and for everything that happens to Hassan thereafter.
In The Kite Runner, the novel begins with the main character, Amir, who is accompanied by Hassan. From the beginning, Amir and Hassan have always been treated as equals through the eyes of Baba, nevertheless, Amir doesn’t see himself and Hassan to be coequal, and wants Baba all to himself. This causes Amir to be selfish towards Hassan. Amir felt Hassan was encroaching upon his territory when Hassan gets attention from Baba, and states that, “Mine was Baba. His was Amir.
Throughout the novel, Will and Jim are faced with many forms of evil that often test the strength of their friendship and trust in eachother. However once the carnival is introduced, it almost seems that Jim is tearing away from the friendship because of his desire to be older. With this being true, Will still stays friends with Jim and he is still always there to protect him. Because Jim is one of Will’s only friends, it causes him to greatly care about Jim. During the novel, Will is seen many times not only looking out for Jim, but also putting himself in harm’s way in order to keep Jim safe.
What is the tone of this letter? How does Amir react? Hassan spoke as an older version of his younger self and he was still the most loyal friend to Amir, by showing his concern for Amir’s whereabouts and life in general. Hassan letters were written with such passion and interest and had Amir’s wellbeing at heart. Even though Hassan knew that his best friend had betrayed him, he was always ready to forgive Amir but Amir was the one that could face Hassan because he couldn’t forgive himself.
Courage is an important theme throughout this story especially within the family values in Kabul. Baba had always believed that Hassan was very courageous and stood up for himself, but Amir was warned on multiple occasions that “a boy who won’t stand up for himself becomes a man who can’t stand up to anything” (chapter 3). Amir proved this on his own when he ran away from problematic situations, for example when Hassan was raped by Assef. Whenever there was danger around when Hassan and Amir were together, Hassan always stepped up and fought for his friend. The concept of friendship shifts through Amir and Hassan’s understanding of their relationship.
Machiavelli’s The Prince (2012) is often misunderstood as a sort of “manual” for tyrants, mostly due to his infamous “better to be loved than feared or feared than loved” quote (p. 59). This oft-cited but tenuously understood quotation seems to have secured its place in history as the go-to phrase when discussing cruel and dictatorial leadership. The “feared/loved” quote, however, was not written to condone or promote tyranny. According to Machiavelli (2012), a leader always should “wish to be both,” while recognizing and accepting the fact that it is “difficult to unite [love and fear] in one person” (p. 59). Because of this, and, because of his obvious understanding of human nature, Machiavelli suggests that in the end it is safer to
Since my own family was happily led by our father, I realized that other cultures probably feel satisfied with the patriarchal system as well. I also reflected back to my childhood while watching the racial biases being portrayed in the film. One instance was when the character, Hassan, was referred to as the “flat-nosed Hazara”
Amir-Hassan: They are half-brothers; Hassan is loyal to Amir even after Amir betrays him. Amir-Baba: Amir wants respect from his dad; Baba keeps the secret that Hassan is also his child. Amir-Rahim Khan: Rahim Khan is like a father to Amir; He loves the books of Amir and supports him. Baba-Rahim Khan: Best friend; Business
I think Amir and Hassan both have power, although they have gotten to their power differently. Hassan got into his power by just being a respectable and trust whereas Amir got his power the less respectably way, because he was just born into it. Even though Hassan had more plight to get to where he was it would be worth it after the arduous journey, where If Amir used his power in a way that was respectable and helped others he would have way more power. Due to the way he used his power I no longer feel any animosity for Amir. I do not like how morose Amir has been throughout most of the book.