Redemption And Guilt In The Novel 'The Kite Runner'

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Thesis: In the novel The Kite Runner, the author explores the conflict between redemption and guilt, showing that people who are burdened with guilt will only feel free if they make up for their actions. The Kite Runner Ever since an event that occurred when he was twelve, Amir has been feeling guilty and remorseful. Although decades had passed since the incident, Amir still wishes for a chance to redeem himself. His entire life is impacted by that one situation where Hassan is raped and he just watches. What adds to Amir’s guilt is Hassan’s kindness and his refusal to hurt anyone, meaning Hassan was undeserving of the injustice he experienced. Throughout his life, Amir tries to rid himself of the guilt he was living with. The incident that
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