Analysis of Hassan and Sohrab as Parallel Characters by Kaylyn L. on Prezi
While the official rubs Sohrab's stomach, he asks Amir whatever happened to old Shoving Sohrab forward, Assef says he and Amir have unfinished business. Amir and Sohrab arrive in Islamabad. When Amir wakes from a nap, Sohrab is gone. Amir remembers Sohrab's fascination with a mosque they had passed and . THE RELATIONSHIP OF BABA AND AMIR In the beginning of the story, Amir is Helps build the relationship between Amir and Sohrab.
However, they are both very different. In scene 1 the narrator, Amir, is speaking about an event that has already taken place. The purpose for the 1st scene was also to set the mood from the start. The mood that was set was guilty, serious, and mysterious.
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You know from the start that the narrator was guilty for something, you then wanted to know what. It was also serious and mysterious because of the fact that dark words and imagery was used to paint that picture from the get-go. Because the past claws its way out. The second scene is quite a bit different.
The purpose for the second scene was used so the reader would reflect back on the what the 1st scene is foreshadowing to, Amir watching Hassan get raped. It also shows the reader that while so much has changed, not much has at the same time. Amir still feels guilty towards Hassan but now that feeling of guilt is a little bit more subdued due to the fact that Sohrab is now in the picture. Then I turned and ran.
It was only a smile, nothing more. It informs the reader that how Hassan used to feel about Amir, grateful and loyal, is now what Amir feels towards Sohrab. Many life lessons were taught by Hoessini in this novel. Lessons on friendship, social classes, history, and more were in Kite Runner.
Personally, I learned a lot on what it is and how to be a good friend. In the book Hassan was taken advantage of and picked fun at by Amir.
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While reading chapters where this occurred, I found myself getting frustrated with the fact that Hassan never stood up for himself. I used to think that the most importing thing about friendship is loyalty. At times even Baba unconsciously buries the memory of Hassan. My only child, and he has been a good son to me.
I hope he proves… worthy of your kindness. I ask that you honour Amir jan and me…and accept my son into your family. Amir jan, I enjoyed you story very much. Mashallah, God has granted you a special talent.
It is now your duty to hone that talent, because a person who wastes his God-given talents is a donkey. You have written your story with sound grammar and interesting style.
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But the most impressive thing about your story is that it has irony. You may not even know what that word means. But you will someday. It is something that some writers reach for their entire careers and never attain.
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You have achieved it with your first story. My door is, and always will be open to you, Amir jan.
I shall hear any story you have to tell. Helps build the relationship between Amir and Sohrab. Shows him how to overcome his guilt and become a good person.
It was a protective gesture and I knew whom Ali was protecting him from. Ali glanced my way and in his cold, unforgiving look, I saw that Hassan had told him.