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Baba is a tall, imposing figure whose intimidating personality and stature command both his household and the family's neighborhood in Kabul. Amir, by contrast, is unathletic, timid, and nonconfrontational.
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"Today" refers to December 2001, the time frame in which Amir begins his narrative.
But Hosseini offers the hope that perhaps we can be saved; perhaps we can transcend the ugliest, vilest, and most despicable of realities.
Thus, perhaps for this reason (he never fully explicates why), Amir does not refer to Hassan as his "friend" even though he spends all of his free time with him, climbing trees and running through the streets. The boys' favorite activity is "kite running," a Kabul tradition that involves the flying and "cutting down" of multiple opponents' kites until only one kite remains in the sky.
The most talented kite runners chase after the fallen kites, fighting to the finish for the coveted prizes. It is the element of their childhoods which they hold most dear, and crucially, they share it together.
Loyal Hassan pledges to run the final kite, and when Amir cuts the last opponent's kite down, leaving only his victorious in the sky, Hassan keeps his promise. However, when Hassan returns with the kite, and when Amir returns to a proud Baba, everything has been irrevocably changed.