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The Kite Runner

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He's My Nephew

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When Amir brings Sohrab to meet his in-laws for the first time, he makes the following statement in response to General Taheri’s question about the boy’s heritage:

He’s my nephew. That’s what you tell people when they ask. … You will never again refer to him as ‘Hazara boy’ in my presence. He has a name and it’s Sohrab.

Which of the following can NOT plausibly be inferred from Amir’s statement?

Select ALL that apply.

A

He is finally capable of standing up for someone who needs protection.

B

He is unafraid to publicly acknowledge his father’s faults.

C

He is not ashamed of the choices his father made.

D

He feels entirely redeemed for his behavior as a child.

E

He no longer needs to hide his own imperfections.