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									                      The Kite Runner
                              Chapters 8-10

For each of the quotations below, provide context and discuss the significance
in the development of the story.


“But Hassan did nothing as I pelted him again and again. ‘You’re a coward!’ he
said. ‘Nothing but a goddamn coward!’” (p. 98).

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“I waited another thirty minutes. Then I knocked on Baba’s door and told what
I hoped would be the last in a long line of shameful lies” (p. 110).

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“Then I saw Baba do something I had never seen him do before: He cried. It
scared me a little, seeing a grown man sob” (p. 113).

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“That was when Baba stood up. It was my turn to clamp a hand on his thigh,
but Baba pried it loose, snatched his leg away. When he stood, he eclipsed the
moonlight” (p. 121).

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