I believe the source of Amir’s power is in his ethnicity because he was born in a higher class. I also believe that Hassan had some power since he was the son of Baba. Throughout the book, you can see that Hassan had lived a plight free life. Amir would always scoff at Hassan about literature, even though Hassan is unschooled. Hassan always stayed loyal, although I would think he would feel animosity towards Hassan.
Once in a while leaders can get occupied, even the considerable ones, however they must understand that they committed an error and must endure the outcomes. Various leaders lead for the recognition. Odysseus from The Odyssey and Everett from O Brother Where Art Thou were both astonishing leaders and their men admired them. In spite of their likenesses there are a few things that set them apart. Despite the fact that Everett and Odysseus are similar, Everett has better initiative abilities, which at last causes him and his group get to where they have to go.
We’ve all been cocky about something in our lives at some point, but being arrogant is a different story. Being cocky is when you’re overconfident, but arrogance is when you see yourself superior to everyone. In the short stories Raymond’s Run and A&P the authors examine arrogance, cockiness and contempt and how the main characters resolve conflict. Squeaky, the main character in Raymond’s Run, shows cockiness rather than arrogancy. However, the main character of A&P, Sammy, is arrogant because he thinks that everyone is below him and has a bad thing to say about everyone.
Also, I think it 's important to note the similarities between Odysseus and Big Dan too. Both men are pursuing what they think are the best for them, and often act carelessly, not afraid of the consequences. Although the most popular comparison is Big Dan compared to the Cyclops, due to the mentioned undebatable resemblances (size, one-eyed, angry, aggressive), in my opinion there are many features to compare and contrast Big Dan and Odysseus. The men in these works are often labeled as heroic figures, however, it could be important to point out what does this term actually mean. A heroic figure is “a person who is admired for their courage, outstanding achievements, or noble
For example, El Patron had a greater influence on Matt. Throughout the book, it became clear that El Patron’s desire and love for power was rubbing off on Matt. “‘It’s my party too,’ said Matt, ‘and I can have anything I want. Isn’t that so, mi patron?’” (Farmer 109)
As long as Amir was better than Hassan at anything it made Amir happy. "Read it again please, Amir agha," “Hassan would say. Sometimes tears pooled in Hassan's eyes as I read him this passage (Hosseini 29).” This shows just how serious Hassan felt about the books that Amir would read to him. How he deeply enjoyed learning from what Amir would teach him, just be listening to him
The letter to Amir from Rahim Khan made Amir’s life better. Although it may outwardly seem that Amir was put into another series of difficult decisions and misery, the end result that Amir was desperately struggling to look for is worth it all in the end and Rahim Khan was just there to give him a little push. Rahim knows Amir very well and what he wrote was made with good intentions. Amir is a cowardly person; it’s just who he is, and that he just needed reassuring.
Last but not least, Dallas or 'Dally ' Winston. He is a typical bad boy in the novel, and most young adults or girls like guys like him because he 's wild and very flirtatious. He 's a tuff guy with a lot of pent up anger, but he rarely takes it out on his buddies unless they made him angry. People may like other characters in The Outsiders, but these three boys seemed to be liked the most for their different personalities. Readers love these characters in this book that the author writes about though, even if they aren 't listed above.
Specifically, they both are somewhat gullible; Okonkwo’s original misogynistic mindset exhibits that the Igbo tribe has persuaded him to think incorrectly. Likewise, Othello was persuaded into incorrect assumptions by Iago. Furthermore, this gullible nature eventually leads to each character’s death. An additional common quality is that both characters are trustful. Othello, we have seen was trustful, and thorough in his trust.
Although Wolsey was able to celebrate success at the beginning of this juridical reformation and served his King successfully by making the system more efficient, meaning that his subjects were subjected to less waiting time and the system had less chance of being corrupted, it was eventually corrupted and abused. This turned a success into a failure and his own goals of removing threats to him from Henry, so that they would have no further influence, brought about another failure. He not only failed to serve his King, as his duties suffered when his timetable was overcome by too many court cases, but also failed to serve himself or the country.
In The Kite Runner, Amir’s desperation for attention from Baba proves to be his most tragic flaw. Due to this, he becomes envious of Hassan and how Baba treats him. Amir’s most significant sin is treating Hassan differently because of this, with the excuse of him being a Hazara. Furthermore, Amir knows that saving Sohrab would be the only way to make it right with Hassan again. After taking the chance and risking his life, Amir redeems himself in the end.
One secret that Baba has kept from Amir has defined his whole life, made him make decisions that maybe he would have not made if he knew everything. Not knowing that piece of information has shaped Amir into a person that neither he nor his dad are proud of. In the book we see how a lot of the Characters are at fault. How the bad choices of one can affect another and another. One of the main roles in the book is leadership.
A feeling of motivation arises from individuals who are striving to fulfill the expectations that are set for them, whether they are real or assumed. They will use any means necessary to avoid being seen as a failure in the eyes of their loved ones, as well as to avoid the feeling of being distinct within society. Through their tenacious persistence they may, in turn, knowingly harm their loved ones. Nonetheless, their genuine desires are clouded by their desire of not wanting to fail the prospects attained by their community. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini suggests that when individuals are motivated to pursue the expectations that are set for them by society and themselves, they will use any means necessary to fulfill these prospects,
Baba a man of determined intelligence and a role model he demonstrates for his son ‘Amir’, Baba drives his son into having great value as a leader and to be courageous when it comes to standing up for himself. Baba comes across as being disappointed in his son “there is something missing in that boy” (pg.20) as he does not show the same interest and traits as himself. As he has journeyed throughout his life he has overcome many challenges and received and created great successes for himself and his deceased wife. As of the passing of his late wife, Baba is shown as a person who sees the world in black and white.
Afghanistan is a multi-ethnic country, mainly believe in Muslims in Islam, divided into Sunni and Shiite. Pashtun is the first great nation in Afghanistan, mainly believe in Sunni. As the largest faction in Islam，Pashtuns hold a major position in Afghan society、politics、economy、culture, claiming to be the "Orthodox", against Shiite the Hazara believe in. Hazara is the third most populous nation in Afghanistan. However, they are discriminated by Pashtuns and other ethnic groups; moreover, their social status never been taken seriously by the central government.