Part 1 Outline
The Kite Runner, written by Khaled Hosseini, narrated a complicated story between Amir and Hassan, two Afghan boys who had been fed from the same breast but separated by hierarchy, religious belief and the turbulence of their nation. Brotherhood, friendship and loyalty, together with sin, confession and redemption, are threads of the whole book, revealing the contradictory human natures beneath the chaos where the two were engaged.
Part 2 Plot
Amir, the son of a rich and eminent merchant, lived in Afghanistan together with Hassan, the son of Ali, the servant of his house. Both boys were equally treated by Amir’s father regardless of their status or religious belief.