In search of The kite runner / Judi Slayden Hayes.

By: Hayes, Judi
Material type: TextTextSeries: Popular insightsPublisher: St. Louis, Mo. : Chalice Press, c2007Description: 104 p. : map ; 22 cmISBN: 9780827230293 (pbk.); 082723029X (pbk.)Subject(s): Hosseini, Khaled. Kite runner | Male friendship in literature | Boys in literature | Betrayal in literature | Guilt in literature | Forgiveness in literature | Fathers and sons in literature | Religion in literature | Islam in literature | Afghanistan -- In literatureLOC classification: PS3608.O832 | K583 2007
Contents:
Innocence and responsibility -- Kites -- Afghanistan -- Fathers and sons, brothers and friends -- Islam -- Doing good, being religious -- From sin and suffering to freedom in finding forgiveness -- Living life "a thousand times over".
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Originally published in hardcover as: The kite runner, by Riverhead Books, New York, 2003.

Includes bibliographical references.

Innocence and responsibility -- Kites -- Afghanistan -- Fathers and sons, brothers and friends -- Islam -- Doing good, being religious -- From sin and suffering to freedom in finding forgiveness -- Living life "a thousand times over".

7/2007 12.99 (7.79)

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