Amir’s narrative point of view Foreshadowing First langauge words, festivals and cultural referenes Sybolism – kites, lamb to the slaughter, the cleft palate. In the novel The Kite Runner, auther Khalad Hosseini uses numerous effective language features such as narrative point of veiw, foreshadowing and symbolism to capture the readers imagination. Hosseini also includes first […]

The first main turning point in the novel is Amir witnesses Hassans rape and makes the decision to do nothing. He just wanted to get the kite to please Baba. Hosseini has built up to this event by foreshadowing that something will happens that will change their lives forever, in a negative way. Even if […]

Our story is set in Kabui, Afganistan in 1975. The main charactor, Amir the narator of the book, is looking back at his childhood and how it has had a profound effect on his life, before the russions invaded. Amir is a Pashton, high caste, Sunni Muslim who loves peotry and writing. Baba is his […]