Amir Baba And Kite Runner Essay The School Of Arts, History Essay

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Although it seems like a given, one must keep in mind that some fantasies are best kept fantasy. It is natural for humans to compare their lives to those of others, and wish for things that they think will make them happier. In the end, most fantasies prove to be pointless, and unnecessary. Often times when we finally achieve our fantasies, we want to go back and cherish what we had. In Khaled Hosseini's fiction piece, The Kite Runner, the main characters Amir, Baba, and Hassan, yearn for change in their lives. Although they have all that they need, they don’t understand that later in life, they’d want to go back and relive their old life, even if they’d achieved what they wanted. Therefore, using characterization and point of view, Hosseini shows the tendency to yearn for things that we don’t need, especially when one already has all that they desire.
Towards the beginning of the novel, Amir dreams of the day that Baba finally accepts him, and this is shown through his point of view, and his thoughts. Amir gets jealous when Baba gives attention to other people because he never gets it ...

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