Kite Runner Character Analysis

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Amir was pretermitted by his Baba. He felt himself causative for the death of his mother who passed away during childbirth. He thinks that his Baba has never pardoned him for this. While his father is represented as a physically imposing man, a bear wrestler in fact, as well as an important male in his community and land, Amir is calm and apparently without courage and determination. Hassan is brilliant, brave, trustworthy, and athletic. Amir notices that Baba prefer to favor Hassan. Amir’s desire to have his baba’s attention and acceptance is powerful. He confesses that he’s covetous of his baba’s regard and love for Hassan. He listens his father sharing with Rahim Khan that he sees it hard to accept that Amir is his child and that he worries that Amir is lacking an essential personality trait. Rahim Khan is in favor of Amir. Rahim Khan said that Amir only lacked a mean streak, but later, Amir, who took baba’s conception of his shortcomings to heart, took his hurt feelings out on Hassan and noted to himself that Rahim Khan was incorrect about ‘‘the mean streak thing’’ (23). Amir, not being the physical specimen his father was when he was younger, cannot live up to his father’s expectations. He fears that his love of reading and writing…show more content…
Through this event, Amir wished to get his father’s attention. He wished to persuade to his father that, although he didn’t want to watch soccer like his baba, choose to busy himself in reading many poetry books, never fights back again and lowered his head when his friends just bully him, it generally does not mean he didn’t has any worthwhile quality a young boy had. To support Amir, Hassan wished to be his kite runner since he had a good instinct to run after a kite by sensing the blowing wind. Amir’s kite became the ultimate kite flying on the empyrean. The time when Amir triumphed the competition, Hassan run after the last losing kite for

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