Author: Mustafa Wshyar
Institution: Koya University
Year of publication: 2020
Source: Show
Pages: 115-123
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/so2020208
PDF: so/18/so1808.pdf

Absence of Law to Protect Civilians during War in The Kite Runner

This paper explores the topic of violence as it is represented in Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner (2003). The aim is to look at the possibilities of representing violence in the fictional context. The novel is analyzed accordingly, through its characters and acts in order to see violence structures in the small narratives of each characters and the main narrative itself. For this purpose, disnarration is applied as a narratological approach.

Отсутствие закона для защиты гражданских лиц во время войны в Бегущий за ветром

Эта статья исследует тему насилия в том виде, в каком она представлена в книге Халеда Хоссейни «Бегущий за ветром» (2003). Цель состоит в том, чтобы взглянуть на возможности представления насилия в этом вымышленном контексте. Соответственно, я проанализирую роман по его персонажам и действиям, чтобы увидеть структуры насилия в небольших повествованиях каждого персонажа и в самом основном повествовании. Для этого я в первую очередь буду применять разобщение как нарратологический подход.


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