Khaled Hosseini’s debut novel, The Kite Runners provides a rich and vivid portrayal of Afghanistan against the backdrop of tumultuous political changes in the landscape of his home country. The style is personal and intimate because the novel is framed as a recollection of Amir’s life; his personal development and growth is central to The Kite Runner. This critical study attempts a detailed analysis of the novel along with several critical and textual problems arising therefrom from the point of view of our University students. Shakti Batra has been Vice-Principal, Dyal Singh College (University of Delhi). He has also taught at the Kabul University and The International University of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek as well as students from the Tibetan Public Service Commission Dharamsala, and Kiyushu University. Japan.

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