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Prejudice in Kite Runner

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Philip Novacki

on 14 December 2012

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Transcript of Prejudice in Kite Runner

Phil Novacki, Justin Galiani, Brad Dotson
Barrs (5) Prejudice In the Kite Runner Gender Discrimination Ethnic Prejudice Assef vs Amir "You! The Hazara! Look at me when I'm talking to you (Hosseini 7)!" "When it's all done, only one of us will walk out of this room alive (Hosseini 287)" "Khala Jamila had once been famous in Kabul for her enchanting singing voice... That she never sing in public had been one of the general's conditions when they had married." (Hosseini 177) Double Standard: "Their sons go out to nightclubs looking for meat and get their girlfriends pregnant, they have kids out of wedlock and no one says a goddamn thing." (179) "I make one mistake and suddenly everyone is talking nang and namoos, and I have to have my face rubbed in it for the rest of my life." (179) "no decent and mohtaram Afghan girl, at least - queried her father about a young man." (147) Consequence "I heard Hassan next to me croaking. Tears were sliding down his cheeks (Hosseini 7)." "In the west, they have an expression for that, the call it ethnic cleansing (Hosseini 284)." Hazaras
Ethnic cleansing Violence
Emotional Distress Soraya
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