Chapter 3What is your impression of Baba? – His physical appearance, his lifestyle, his character and his relationship to his son?He started business, carpeting, a successful man. He is tall and a powerful man,he is referred to as Mr. Hurricane; a legend about him wrestling a bear. When he enters a room, he draws all the attention, like sunflowers would turn to the sun; he got a very strong personality.His lifestyle: social; a lot of time with his friends. He drinks alcohol so he doesn’t follow the Islam rules; living a very Western style.Remember his conversation about stealing; if you lie, you steal the truth, if you kill someone, you steal his life. Every sin is a theft.How does Amir try to live up to his father’s expectations?They are on a football match, and he pretends that he is interested, but he is not interested at all. In addition he decides to win the kite competition, only for his father’s sake.What kind of boy is he? - Intellectual.Chapter 4In spite of the close relationship between Amit and Hassan, Amir never really considers Hassan as his friend. What do you think of Amir’s treatment of Hassan?Deeply rooted division between the ethnic groups was, even though they had a good time together, he was the best friend you could have, his servant first, nevera friend, only a servant.Chapter 5Amir faces his first major moral challenge. How does he cope with the frightening encounter with Assef and his friends? How does Hassan act?Amir doesn’t act, and that is the huge conflict throughout the book. Hassan on the other hand is very brave by threatening Assef with a slingshot, and he placeshimself in front of Amir, like a protector.Briefly describe Assef.Assef is a blond, blue eyes bully who lives in a posh compound in Kabul. He hasa reputation for savagery because he enjoys bullying other boys. He is born to aGerman mother and Afghan father. He thinks himself as a pure Afghan, even though he is like an ‘outsider’It is indicated that he is not fully sane, his eyes, the insanity. We get the impression that he could do anything; no limits to his cruelty.Chapters 6, 7 and 8.Describe the kite- fighting tournaments in Kabul. What was the task of the kite-runner.The last kite flying was the winner, there were no rules, you need to cut the other kites flying to win. Their hands were hurt by the thread while controlling the kite.