• Amirs narrative point of view 
  • Foreshadowing 
  • First language words,
  • Festivals and cultural references Symbolism – kites lamb to the slaughter, the cleft palate
  • In his novel The Kite Runner, author Khaled Hosseini uses numerous effective language features such as narrative point of view, foreshadowing, and symbolism to capture the reader’s imagination. Hosseini all includes first language Farsi words and references to cultural and religious events to add to the authenticity of the novel.Paragraph one

    narrative point of view – first person. amir talk sabot criminal, religious, political, social events and issues

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    Foreshadowing – hints at events to come’

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    Symbolism and themes – kites, Cleft lip, family relationships, guilt, redemption

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