Kite Runner: A History of the USSR
What Ive been thinking of since I last read is: School, stores, unconvieniences, unfair treatment, Babas anger problem.
I am feeling very approving to this book, Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini because the history, and how the book, the story drags you in. An example of what I am saying is on page 126. " Brezhnev is massacring Afghans and all that peanut eater can say is "I wont come swim in your pool." When I think of this issue in Kite Runner, it brings in the real conflict when Afghans were fighting for stability in their nation, while the communist, Soviet Union constantly attempts to conquer their government in all areas of their life. Even thought the communist regime have set up a government in Afghanistan. After the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 the pressure of Afghanistan was relieved.
This theme in Kite Runner reminds me of something important in my life. While learning something in my global class, about the fall of the Soviet Union, due the internal economics issues, ended communism in the USSR, to be now the democratic Russia. I am looking forward to reading the rest of this book because the historical content included.