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Kite Running

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Transcript of Kite Running

History of Kite Running
Originally from China
Different materials used
Types of Kites
Kite Running
Modern Materials
Kites in Afghanistan use different materials:
The Tar (wire)
The Charkha/Spool (drum)
The Jang (fight)

How to Play the Game
Main Goal:
To cut your opponents kite using your own.

Kite Running
The Significance of Kite Running in the Novel
Defines and represents the relationships in the novel
What is Kite Running?
Kite running is the practice of running after drifting kites in the sky that have been cut loose in kite fighting.
Materials Amir used in the Novel:
Bamboo
Glue
String/ Tar
Paper
Rules and Regulations:
" You have to play in a boxed area and you have to stand at a right angle to the wind... and you can't use aluminum to make your glass string." (Hosseini, 55)
Two player game
One player (Charka Gir)--The player holding the spool
Second Player (Gudiparan Baz)-- The player controlling the kites movement in the air

Kite Running brings Baba and Amir closer together
Amir's approval of his father means everything to him
Amir and Hassan are considered equals

Sohrab's first gesture in the USA towards Amir was brought by the game of Kite Running
Kite Running brings Amir closer to Hassan
The boys are free to be who they are
Loyalty (one sided friendship)
The kite has priority over Hassan
Amir and Hassan
Baba and Amir
Right before Hassan chases the final kite, he says to Amir,"For you a thousand times over!" (71)
Amir and Sohrab
The End
Thank you for your time
Any questions?
When Amir wins the game, he thought to himself, "...Then I saw Baba on our roof... And that right there was the single greatest moment of my twelve years of life, seeing Baba on that roof, proud of me at last. "(71)
When running the kites, Amir says to Sohrab, " For you, a thousand times over," (391)
Works Cited
Hosseini, Khaled. The Kite Runner. New York:
Riverhead, 2003. Print.

Macdonald, Hamish. "Afghanistan's Kite
Runners Paint the Skies - 30 Oct 07." YouTube. YouTube, 30 Oct. 2007. Web. 08 Mar. 2015.

Sahar, David. "The Art of Gudiparan Bazi
Afghan Kite Flying." The Art of Gudiparan Bazi - Afghan Kite Flying. Afghana, 15 Jan. 2001. Web. 08 Mar. 2015.
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