Family Values In The Kite Runner

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The one thing that stays true in today’s changing society is the influence of family. In Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner, he expertly captures the trauma of war on a family in Afghanistan and how some family experiences can change one’s life forever. Family can influence people for good and bad and is reflected through the person choices and decisions. From the streets of Kabul, Hosseini tells a story of two boys’ journeys, Amir and Hassan, split by both class and ethnicity to the realization that the power of friendship is unbreakable. Even through the trauma of war, the will of other’s, and the vast distances apart, Amir demonstrates that family values will continue to shape the person he becomes. Clearly, The Kite Runner effectively illustrates

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