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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(33)

 Winter.  冬天。  Here is what I do on the first day of snowfall every year: I step out of the house early in the morning, still in my pajamas, hugging my arms against the chill. I find the driveway, my father&rsqu
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(32)

 "Well," Dr. Kumar said, "my job is to fix things on people’s bodies. Sometimes their faces."  "这么说吧,"库玛大夫说,"我的工作是修理人们的身体,有时是人们的脸庞。"  "Oh,"Hassan said. He looked from Dr. Kuma
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(31)

  Baba never missed Hassan’s birthday. For a while, he used to ask Hassan what he wanted, but he gave up doing that because Hassan was always too modest to actually suggest a present. So every winter Baba picked
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(30)

 FOR THE NEXT COUPLE of years, the words "economic development" and "reform" danced on a lot of lips in Kabul. The constitutional monarchy had been abolished, replaced by a republic, led by a president of the republic.
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(29)

 Hassan shrugged. To an outsider, he didn’t look scared. But Hassan’s face was my earliest memory and I knew all of its subtle nuances, knew each and every twitch and flicker that ever rippled across it. An
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(28)

 "Just let us go, Assef,"I said, hating the way my voice trembled. "We’re not bothering you."  "放我们走,阿塞夫,"我说,对自己颤抖的声音感到厌恶,"我们没有碍着你。"  "Oh, you’re bothering me,"Assef sai
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(27)

 "Baba says Hitler was crazy, that he ordered a lot of innocent people killed,"I heard myself say before I could clamp a hand on my mouth.  "我爸爸说希特勒是个疯子,他下令杀害了很多无辜的人。"我来不及用手捂住嘴巴,这
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(26)

 "Good morning, ’kunis’!?Assef exclaimed, waving. "Fag,"that was another of his favorite insults. Hassan retreated behind me as the three older boys closed in. They stood before us, three tall boys dressed
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(25)

  We crossed the residential street and were trekking through a barren patch of rough land that led to the hill when, suddenly, a rock struck Hassan in the back. We whirled around and my heart dropped. Assef and two o
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(24)

  THEY WEREN’T SHOOTING ducks after all. As it turned out, they hadn’t shot much of anything that night of July 17, 1973. Kabul awoke the next morning to find that the monarchy was a thing of the past. The
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(23)

 Something roared like thunder. The earth shook a little and we heard the "rat-a-tat-tat" of gunfire. "Father!"Hassan cried. We sprung to our feet and raced out of the living room. We found Ali hobbling frantically acr
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(22)

  I read it to him in the living room by the marble fireplace. No playful straying from the words this time; this was about me! Hassan was the perfect audience in many ways, totally immersed in the tale, his face shif
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(21)

  An hour later, as the evening sky dimmed, the two of them drove off in my father’s car to attend a party. On his way out, Rahim Khan hunkered before me and handed me my story and another folded piece of paper.
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(20)

  That same night, I wrote my first short story. It took me thirty minutes. It was a dark little tale about a man who found a magic cup and learned that if he wept into the cup, his tears turned into pearls. But even
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(19)

  One day, in July 1973, I played another little trick on Hassan. I was reading to him, and suddenly I strayed from the written story. I pretended I was reading from the book, flipping pages regularly, but I had aband
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(18)

 Sitting cross-legged, sunlight and shadows of pomegranate leaves dancing on his face, Hassan absently plucked blades of grass from the ground as I read him stories he couldn’t read for himself. That Hassan would
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(17)

  We chased the "Kochi", the nomads who passed through Kabul on their way to the mountains of the north. We would hear their caravans approaching our neighborhood, the mewling of their sheep, the "baaing" of their goa
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(16)

  In 1933, the year Baba was born and the year Zahir Shah began his forty-year reign of Afghanistan, two brothers, young men from a wealthy and reputable family in Kabul, got behind the wheel of their father’s F
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(15)

  Later that night, I was passing by my father’s study when I overheard him speaking to Rahim Khan. I pressed my ear to the closed door.  那天夜里,我路过爸爸的书房,偷听到他在跟拉辛汗说话。我将耳朵贴在门板上。
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(14)

  Of course, marrying a poet was one thing, but fathering a son who preferred burying his face in poetry books to hunting... well, that wasn’t how Baba had envisioned it, I suppose. Real men didn’t read po
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(13)

  Of course, marrying a poet was one thing, but fathering a son who preferred burying his face in poetry books to hunting... well, that wasn’t how Baba had envisioned it, I suppose. Real men didn’t read po
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(12)

  "There is no act more wretched than stealing, Amir,?Baba said. "A man who takes what’s not his to take, be it a life or a loaf of "naan"... I spit on such a man. And if I ever cross paths with him, God help hi
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(11)

 "I see you’ve confused what you’re learning in school with actual education," he said in his thick voice.  “我知道,你被学校教的功课和在生活中学到的东西搞糊涂了。”他那浑厚的声音说。  "But i
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(10)

  When I was in fifth grade, we had a mullah who taught us about Islam. His name was Mullah Fatiullah Khan, a short, stubby man with a face full of acne scars and a gruff voice. He lectured us about the virtues of "za
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The Kite Runner 追风筝的人(9)

  Outside the orphanage, the next day, they ran out of chairs. A lot of people had to stand to watch the opening ceremony. It was a windy day, and I sat behind Baba on the little podium just outside the main entrance
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