Baba appears to exemplify a man who lives by his own moral code, yet he is carrying a secret that if revealed, may undermine everything he stands for. Sohrab steps up just like his father had done to save Amir. He displayed no remorse for his rape of Hassan, which occurs when Assef, Amir, and Hassan are only boys. Congenital: of or relating to a condition present at birth, whether inherited or caused by the environment, especially the uterine environment. With Hassan it's never quite clear why he's so good. Ultimately he does so through courage and self-sacrifice, and he tells his story as a form of penance.
Kumar, a surgeon to fix his cleft lip plastic surgery. If Hassan represents all that is good and kind, Assef represents all that is evil and cruel. While Amir is in California, Assef is imprisoned and tortured. Hassan is Amir's hazara servant however, they hang around like Friends or brothers which we find in the book is very abnormal in Afghanistan for a boy and their Hazara to play together like Friends would, although it is immediately clear to the reader that they are close, it is not until later in the book that you find out about Hassans identity and the connection that he has with Amir and his father. After he beats Amir nearly to death, Assef loses an eye to Sohrab's slingshot.
Racist Towards Hazaras Amir, the narrator, introduces Assef as he describes his father's servant, Ali. He does not want to believe that Hassan is a better person than himself. The official motions to the guards, and Sohrab enters in a blue silk outfit, bells strapped around his ankles and mascara lining his eyes. He pummels Amir until Sohrab tells Assef to stop. I'll let you keep it so it will always remind you of what I'm about to do. Destination can be argued as one of the most important aspects as it is the overall meaning of the literature and what the reader is meant ti take away from it.
But he did exact his revenge on the battlefield. It can be fixed with surgery in most cases. Assef espouses this sort of hate about the ethic Hazara group who, according to Assef, degrade Afghanistan. Hassan Hassan is Amir's playmate and servant and is a Hazara and Shi'a Muslim. Rendered: to cause to be or become; make: Oscillating: to swing or move to and fro, as a pendulum does. The official asks Amir if he enjoyed the show at the stadium. He can do what Baba always hoped he would and stand up for what is right.
Baba was a physically imposing man. Hassan is allowed to leave with the kite for a price. Now Assef inflicts pain and death on those who have been accused of crimes. Ali has a congenital paralysis of lower face muscle, making it hard to have any facial expressions like smiling or frowning. Unable to have children of her own, Soraya willingly agrees to the adoption of Sohrab. Rahim Khan Rahim Khan is Baba's best friend and business partner. Farid and Sohrab are there, and Amir thanks them both.
Impeccable: faultless; flawless; irreproachable: Vehemently: zealous; ardent; impassioned: Imbecile: Informal. In the book, Amir decieves his father into believing that hassan took the watch. He grew up in modest comfort and studied law and history at before joining the in the late 1970s. Amir is afraid that with this thought, he begins to become more like Assef, when in actuality, Amir is simply parroting society's attitude toward the Hazaras. Because to him, you're nothing but an ugly pet.
Amir is forced to face off against Assef to save Sohrab, the son of his best friend Hassan. After this attack, Amir feels deep guilt and shame, which causes him to shut Hassan out of his life. Amir is likely going to die, but then Sohrab intervenes. Bashar Assad and his brother did not attend the ceremony. Assef Assef defines evil as a youth and as a grown man. He and three other top Syrian government officials were killed on 18 July 2012 in during a allegedly organized by the. He explains, '…I didn't join the Taliban for money '…there are things traitors like you don't understand… Like pride in your people, your customs, your language.
He tells Amir he was once imprisoned, and one evening a guard began kicking him until the blows dislodged a kidney stone that had been causing him severe pain. Farid waits in the car, and two guards lead Amir to the room where he is to wait. Yet the bizarre coincidence also creates a situation in which Amir is able to confront the same scenario that was the source of his guilt more than twenty years earlier. It is Khaled Hosseini's first novel, and is set in Afghanistan. A racist who wishes to rid Afghanistan of Hazaras, he is incapable of remorse and enjoys inflicting violence and sexual abuse on those who are powerless.