The Kite Runner External Conflict Analysis

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Amir—the main character/narrator of Hossieni's novel The Kite Runner—faces many conflicts including two encounters with the local bully, Assef, and many internal conflicts including his feelings of inadequacy in the eyes of his father, Baba. One of the internal conflicts Amir is facing is his constant feelings of inadequacy in the eyes of baba. This is seen in many of Amir's thoughts, he always thinks Baba likes Hassan or other people better than him. Consequentially this influences Amir's choices and leads him to be possessive towards Baba need citation and quote baba's speech Amir holds his hat. The main external conflicts Amir faces both include Hassan, and Assef and his goons. The first confrontation occurs on the hill to the graveyard,
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