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Anyone can be caught by his or her own guilt behind ones shown life The novel The Kite Runner is a historical fiction written by Khaled Hosseini Hosseini focuses on many different aspects relationship of son and father forgiveness guilt integrity friendship et cetera Hosseini specifically describes inner guilt and endurance as the motivation for an individual to seek redemption and attain the satisfaction of self-fulfillment through the characters Baba and AmirHosseini characterizes Baba as a rich man and credible person He always tries to give his quality of life to his son Amir One thing he teaches his son is this When you tell a lie you steal someones right to the truth 18 Ironically Babas teaching opposes to what he teaches He did keep many of his own moral codes that explain many of Babas actions However he hides the fact that Hassan Alis son is his biological son as well Babas wife had died after giving birth to Amir After that he had an affair with Alis wife who delivered Hassan but he did not tell the fact to anyone because Hassans mother was Hazara Hazara is religion that is treated as slave in Afghanistan because it is minority group and it is not native like Pashtuns Thinking the involvement with Hazara would ruin Babas reputation he hides the truth to keep his name Instead of reveal of the truth he builds an orphanage as redemption of his guilt He is shamed of the fact that he has a Hazara child which made him not love Hassan enough and that made him to keep the distant with Amir Another contradicting life-teaching to Amir was There is no act more wretched than stealing 18 However again he forgives Hassan when he gets in trouble because of Amir In the novel Amir recognizes he is not getting enough attention from his father as a son so he desires to have Baba all to himself
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