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I had read very good reviews …more Xhlopiec, no. Did he impregnate Hassan’s mother intentionally because Ali was sterile, or because Baba had a tryst with Hassan’s mother?

Chłopiec z latawcem — Reader Q&A

Even though Amir did not identify Hassan as his brother, their bond could not have been …more In most cultures, family loyalty rests above friendship. I could see the puffiness the next day. Is there anything that was left out?

I watched the movie a few years ago and I can still remember everything that happened. Sam In most cultures, family loyalty rests above friendship.

He already recieved that from Hassan ,because of Hassan’s unwavering loyalty, and there was nothing else he needed.

For one, he only saw Hassan as a servant, not a friend or brother, and treated him like one too. These things are uncomfortable for adults to read and although it is a work of fiction it is written in such a graphic and believable voice that it is hard to chpopiec yourself from the idea that it is based on actual events.

Finally, Amir’s cowardice was part of his nature. Furthermore, he already knew he was not a virtuous person. The book provides better descriptions and the relationships between characters are …more Although it’s a sad book, I definitely think you should read it! This latawcwm contains spoilers… view spoiler [I’m confused on the circumstances of Baba being Hassan’s father.

So, unfortunately not only did it not help me see possible knots in my life in a warmer positive light, it, on the contrary, left me with the feeling that some lives are doomed to be wasted. In addition, Amir only wanted people to accept him and give him attention. In short, I think Amir’s reaction would have been the same. Like Evelyn said, I think that conclusion is supported by some passages about honor and pride when the fact is revealed. He had no real grasp of reality so he feared everything.


Definitely not a “fun” novel to read purely for pleasure. You really have to decide for yourself whether your young adult is mature enough to digest such possible realities.

Did reading The Kite Runner, being a book about traumatised characters, help you with your own trauma? Hosseini is able to captivate and keep you hooked on a character. Load 5 more questions.

I felt like I was alongside Amir and Hassan through everything, which isn’t something you can get through the movie. That’s not supported in the text and seems contrary to the culture, though I’m no expert. Phil Laurette It depends on the young adult. I have recently finished reading all three of Hosseini’s books and I am looking for book recommendations with a similar style of writing.

Does anyone have any recommendations? That’s not supported in the text and seems contrary to the culture, though I’m no …more I don’t believe Baba impregnated Hassan’s mother on Ali’s behalf. Ask and answer questions about books!

Chłopiec z latawcem

For example, his treatment of Hassan, when deriding him for his illiteracy, and his use of toys and food instead of apologies to reduce his guilt. Should I read it anyway?

I respectfully disagree with Evelyn, however, about Hassan’s mom seducing Baba. To me it resonated with an ugly part of humanity and this was the prevailing feeling I had in the end. Amir grew up hiding from his problems in imaginary lands and fiction. There are a number of disturbing events including rape, brutal beatings and public executions. Even though Amir did not identify Hassan as his brother, their bond could not have been latzwcem but brotherly. The writing is deep, there are no needless pieces of information and his ability to convey the characters is done in such an impactful way.


latawcemm I read it myself before allowing my kids to read it and for me my 15 year old xhlopiec handle it but many could not. If not is there anything in it that makes it inappropriate for teens? Is this a YA book? Maybe that was just banter, but the way it’s written I think there’s a hint that they really did know her and said something to Hassan because they knew exactly who his mother was. You know, it might seem strange but would you, please, give a read to ‘The Girl You Would regret Not Knowing’, the book i published several days ago?

Is this even chpopiec explained? Rachel Lively Although it’s a sad book, I definitely think you should read it! My traumatized characters eventually found their way to light.

I’m a bot hesitant because the movie made me bawl out my eyes. This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [If Amir had known chlopiwc Hassan was his half-brother at the beginning of the novel, do you think his reaction would have been different when Hassan had been raped? I don’t see support for that conclusion.