A Study of A Changing Country As Depicted in Khaled Hosseini’s Novel ?The Kite Runner

Authors

  • *Aradhana Mukherjee **Dr.Neelum Saran

Abstract

Abstract

The rise and fall of the Taliban rule in Afghanistan has been a very popular theme in fiction in the wake of the 9/11. Khaled Hosseini dealt with the same theme in his first novel ?The Kite Runner? (2003). In fact, it is also the first novel written in English by an Afghan author. Through this novel, the writer has given an authentic insight to the people around the world about the Taliban in particular and the customs and traditions of the people of Afghanistan in general. It is Hosseini’s close observations and great story telling skills that enable him to depict such complexities of life in Afghanistan during the regime of the Taliban. Moreover, the distance of time helps him to take a separate and objective view of the events depicted in the novel

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Published

2017-05-17

How to Cite

*Aradhana Mukherjee **Dr.Neelum Saran. (2017). A Study of A Changing Country As Depicted in Khaled Hosseini’s Novel ?The Kite Runner. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH, 3(6). Retrieved from https://ijellh.com/OJS/index.php/OJS/article/view/770