The Jash: Episode 1

It’s catchy and fun it’s not boring.

 It’s catchy and fun it’s not boring.   
The Jash
by: Sydney Rogers, Israt Jahan, Avi Cantor, Hamidou Doumbia

Episode 1:
In this episode Sydney, Avi, Jahan, and Hamidou will discuss the recent events that take place in Khaled Hosseini's award winning and best seller book, "The Kite Runner". We discuss the relationship between the main character and his best friend and explore the complications of a young friendship in Afghanistan. We give a quick summary of what we've read so far and discuss different points of view that are introduced. 
Chapter 1-10
-"One day last summer, my friend Rahim Khan called from Pakistan" (1).
-“They danced high above the trees on the west end of the park, over the windmills, floating side by side like a pair of eyes looking down on San Francisco, the city I now call home, And suddenly Hassan’s voice whispered in my head: For you, a thousand times over. Hassan the harelipped kite runner” (1-2).

-“I can still see his tiny low-set ears and that longed stub of a chin, a meaty appendage that looked like it was added as a mere afterthought. And the cleft lip, just left of midline, where the Chinese doll maker’s instrument may have slipped, or perhaps he had simple grown tired and careless” (3). 

“-Hassan never denied me anything. And he was deadly with his slingshot. Hassan’s father, Ali, could ever get” (4).


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