Study Guide for The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini Book Summary|
6. What does Rahim Khan mean when he tells Amir that there is a way to be good again?
7. How is Hassanís tragic fate echoed in his own son?
8. Describe the character of Baba. What does he teach his son that is good and right and what does he pass on that is tragic?
9. Why is it significant that Soraya is unable to bear children? In what way does this tragedy relate to Sohrab and the atonement of Amirís sins?
10. Why is it significant that Amir runs after the kite that Sohrab has defeated? What does he mean when he tells the boy, ďFor you, a thousand times over?Ē
11. Discuss the significance of the pomegranate tree where Amir and Hassan play and read and then carve their names into the trunk.
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