Dependent Clauses In The Kite Runner

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WP 3 Dependent Clauses In the book “The Kite Runner” Amir is one character with a lot of power. I believe one source of Amirs power is his father Baba. His father was a very well known and wealthy man. In afghanistan, class is a very big deal. Amir had his father's last name, which gave him a lot of advantages in life. His father always gave him everything that he needed, and provided him well. I also believe that Hassan had a lot of power without realizing that he had power. His source of power didn't necessarily come from anybody but it came from people's actions. For example when Amir watched Hassan get raped and when Amir put the bundle of cash underneath Hassan's pillow. Amir wanted so badly to not feel guilt and for Hassan to do something

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