Kite Runner Test-- Chapters 1-10 (2016)
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1. At the beginning of the story, what does Rahim Kahn say to Amir over the phone?
2. Which of the following did Baba NOT do?
3. How did Amir's mother die?
4. What was Hassan's mother's name?
5. What was Amir's mother's profession?
6. According to Ali, why did Amir and Hassan have a special kinship?
7. How did Sanaubar treat Hassan when he was born?
8. According to Amir, what are the things that most connect him to his father?
9. As Assef sodomizes Hassan, Amir compares the look he sees on Hassan's face to what?
10. In the end, what does Amir ultimately do when he sees Hassan being sodomized by Assef?
11. To Baba, all sins are a variation of what one and only sin?
12. What is the first word spoken by Hassan?
13. What is Hassan's most noticeable characteristic?
14. Who first welcomed the orphaned Ali into Baba and Amir's home?
14. What was the most important part of kite fighting?
15. Who says "Children aren't coloring books. You don't get to fill them in with your favorite colors."?
16. Who does the neighborhood bully, Assef, admire?
17. What special gift did Baba give to Hassan on his birthday?
18. What does Rahim Kahn give Amir for his birthday?
19. Who said, "Remember Amir Agha, there is no monster, just a beautiful day!"
20. Who said, "Where were you? I looked for you," I said. Speaking those words was like chewing on a rock.
21. Who said, "I don't know what I've done, Amir Agha. I wish you'd tell me. I don't know why we don't play anymore."
22. What does this passage show a reader about the relationship between Rahim Kahn and Amir?
There was a picture of my parents' wedding night, Baba dashing in his balck suit and my mother a smiling young princess in white. Here was Baba and his best friend and buisness partner, Rahim Kahn, standing outside our house, neither one smiling--I am a baby in that photograph and Baba is holding me, looking tired and grim. I'm in his arms, but it's Rahim Kahn's pinky fingers are curled around.
23. What does this passage show a reader about the relationship between Amir and Hassan?
Hassan and I fed from the same breasts. We took our first steps on the same lawn in the same yard. And, under the same roof, we spoke our first words. Mine was Baba. HIs was Amir, my name.
24. What tribe was Ali a part of?
25. What is significant about the following passage? (Choose the BEST answer.)
Because history isn't easy to overcome. Neither is religion. In the end, I was Pashtun and he was a Hazara, I was Sunni and he was Shi'a, and nothing was ever going to change that. Nothing.
26. Summary or Analysis? Amir and Hassan are childhood friends who have become close to each other through a generational relationship between their fathers. The boys could have had a good relationship, edifying in every way, like Baba and Ali, but instead there was dissension between the boys after the kite running. Hassan began to realize the truth about Amir's love for him and this affected him greatly. Amir was plagued with guilt and this was something he struggled with for many years.
27. Summary or Analysis? Even from the beginning of the novel, readers begin to understand the importance, and veracity of perspectives. The reader grips their own understandings of themselves, and the truths they battle with as they see common struggles illustrated by Hoessini through characterization of the protagonist, Amir, in his acclaimed novel, The Kite Runner. The human psyche is a complex phenomena that is usually left to the whims of choice. It is through the events, relationships, and actions as demonstrated by Amir, that Hoessini demonstrates to a reader the ramifications of being selfish and blinded by one's perception of reality.
28. Summary or Analysis? Baba is an old Afghan man who remembers the Golden Age of Afghanistan, and lives in a carefree, independent way through the whole of the novel. His desire to pass good down to the community comes from his understanding of what is important, and that he has enough money to assist. Baba and Amir may not have a close bond, but no one can deny that Baba is a humanitarian, and someone who uses his affluence for the good of his surroundings and fellow Afghans. Baba and Rahim Kahn often sit in Baba's smoking room going over the issues of the day and making time for more planning. It is during these times that Amir wants to be close to his father, but is shut out. Amir feels the distance between him and his father, when he watches the door to the smoking room where Baba and Rahim Kahn sit, close.
29. Which of the following thesis statements would best point an essay towards analysis writing?
30. In order to fully grasp the characterization of Amir and Hassan, and understand the complexities in their relationship, it is important that readers have knowledge regarding
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