Here is another essay. Be inspired and write one yourself!
Analyse how the resolution of a main conflict was important to the resolution to the text as a whole.
“It’s wrong what they say about the past, I’ve learned, and how you can bury it. Because the past claws it’s way out”.
In the novel ‘The Kite Runner’ by Khaled Hosseni we follow the story of Amir, and his quest to make right a ‘past of unatoned sins’, which he simply could not bury. As the story of Amir’s childhood unfolds, we realise that he lives under the shadow of his guilt. Making right what he did so many years ago is paramount if Amir is to live a free life, the resolution of his internal conflict-his desperate need to atone, is essential to the novel.
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