Father And Father Analysis

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We have all dealt with neglection at some point as a problem in life. Some who deal with parent neglection or disconnection with either a mother or a father, possibly even a sibling or society. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini is a novel about the narrator, Amir and his journey in life and how he believes his half-brother receives more attention from his father which causes Amir’s relationship with his father to be affected. While Father by Alice Walker is an excerpt about a woman and her reflection on her relationship with her father and how she regrets her action and choices when she was younger wishing to have altered her relationship. The authors convey conflict to create tension in the novel and the excerpt. The Kite Runner reveals how Amir and his…show more content…
In the excerpt from Father by Alice Walker it states, “I regret most about my relationship with my father is that it did not improve...I’d like to tell him how hard I am working to understand.” This demonstrates how afterwards when Alice grew up she understood her father’s relation and wanted to change it for the better. For example, page 225, paragraph 3, of The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini it states, “Now, fifteen years after I’d buried him, I was learning that Baba had been a thief… from me the right to know I had a brother.” This highlights that Amir finally understood his father’s action through the years and accepted his father for what he kept hidden. Figuratively speaking, both text and narrators reveal how after their father’s death and as grown ups they understood and accepted their parents. Life is like a math equation everyone has to solve it to obtain a solution, but there has to be experienced to gather the right result. As a result, the fathers of both narrator’s were finally accepted and the narrators realized their parents meaning of
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