Kite Runner Industrialized
Running with kites is about finding truth, recognizing talent, and Khaled Hosseini's story. The book foremost centered on Amir Jan. Hassan's interest of having things dependently by others. It's New York Times #1 Best Seller, the Kite Runner. afghanistan, Pakistan, Ijirastan, Entertainment weekly. Letters and truths in personal literature. What a novel!
I think Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini is historical, real, and exciting because in the part that I recently finished, being about Amir reading a book to Hassan, and in a moment the old Afghanistan was no more. The story finally reaches the political history part.
A passage from pages 22- 38 that seems important is: "1970, Baba took a break from the construction of the orphanage and flew to Tehran for a month to watch the world cup games on television, since at the time Afghanistan didn't have Tvs yet." I think this is some thing to think about because In my lifetime I couldn't imagine anywhere with out a TV. This section of the Kite Runner, reminds me of a Wikipedia article I read a while back about Jobs, which explained the economic incidents that caused bad or good economic growth.