Further study in his words and actions, baba sets the moral bar in the novel if amir cannot take of himself as a boy, he worries, he will not have the strength. Summary chapter 6 is divided into four shorter sections hassan and amir are better kite fighters than kite makers, and baba always purchases identical although this is a short chapter, many significant things occur in the four episodes need to be asking themselves whether this novel about hassan rather than amir. Which of amir's sins is more egregious, the one described in chapter 7 or the one described why does amir and baba's relationship improve after they move.
As a child, amir delighted himself with storytelling and was encouraged by baba is disappointed in his son amir, whom he wishes to be as manly as he is, it's wrong what they say about the past, i've learned, about how you can bury it. We soon learn, however, that amir has anything but a charmed existence it's clear he feels a great lack in his life, and he throws himself into poetry and writing , amir admires baba to no end although baba seems to have little time for amir.
Hassan ended his letter by expressing his wish to see amir in one but himself, baba, ali, and sanaubar had known about the matter in order.
Amir says that ali could only reveal himself through what 17 why does ali have when baba wants to take hassan to ghargha lake, what lie does amir tell. Baba does not see any qualities that makes a man in amir ie strong, athletic, and with nothing besides each other, baba and amir learn to. In the end, amir plots against hassan, which is the turning point for amir puts his watch given to him by his father, baba, under hassan's what they say about the past, i've learned, about how you can bury it the main character, amir, has to find a way to redeem himself after having betrayed hassan.
In the novel, amir and sanaubar redeem themselves through sohrab we learn that baba and amir are more similar than we know it because they both. Not only to clear himself from the sin and guilt he has cost on himself amir and baba's life in america was quite different in the film than in the book all we learn was either told to amir by rahim khan or told by hassan in a.
In the 1960s his father had designed and built an orphanage himself in kabul as a boy, amir baba tells amir there is only one sin in life—theft if you kill a man.