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Quotes About Guilt in The Kite Runner

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In The Kite Runner, when is guilt mentioned for the first time?

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1. In The Kite Runner, how does Amir try to make up for lying to Hassan about what the word 'imbecile' means?

2. In The Kite Runner, how does Amir react to his guilt about wishing his father was someone else?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Assess what you understand about quotations on guilt in The Kite Runner with this worksheet/quiz combo. Test questions will cover key points like the first time guilt is brought up in the text and Amir lying to Hassan.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These concepts will be found on the quiz:

  • Amir's guilt about his father
  • A major event that Amir feels guilt from
  • How Rahim feels about his own guilt

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on The Kite Runner quotes on guilt
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about Amir's guilt about his family and a certain event
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the way Rahim talks about his guilt

Additional Learning

Learn more about the subject with the lesson entitled Quotes About Guilt in The Kite Runner. Use the following points as a study guide:

  • Amir toying with his friend Hassan
  • Amir's story that he wrote
  • The process of redeeming his guilt
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