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at school i am reaing the kite runner as the class novel. i have one comprehension question im notsure how to answer. can somebody help me. the question is: the novel begins with a flashback. what do you think is its purpose? what do you learn about the narrator?

i no part of it is what i think and i have an idea, but i kinda want to know what you guys think

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