Political unrest: the novelWhile Amir may appear to be the main character, it is really Afghanistan itself. • The ma...
Thesis• Radical social and political changes in the novel are the main contribution and ultimate compass for the events ...
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Political unrest: the novel

The Kite Runner condensed into 3 slides, courtesy of Matthew Rudolphski.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: News & Politics      Travel      
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Transcripts - Political unrest: the novel

  • 1. Political unrest: the novelWhile Amir may appear to be the main character, it is really Afghanistan itself. • The many political changes in the country—from the republic to the Taliban, etc.—are the driving force behind Amir’s situation. • In addition, the outbreak of war and the inequality between Pashtuns and Hazaras in the country lead to the country feeling pain, like a real person.A wise man once said “Everything is about sex…Except sex.” Assef’s earlyraping of Hassan isn’t just about asserting his own dominance, it alsoforeshadows/symbolizes the coming fall of security within the nation.
  • 2. Thesis• Radical social and political changes in the novel are the main contribution and ultimate compass for the events laid out in the story.
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