Khaled Hosseini, In Spoken Words

Personhood

  1. Writer
    • A writer’s writer
    • Teaches one how to write
  2. Diplomacy
    • His father being a diplomat birth in Hossein an ability to be just with his word

Videos

Interviews

 

UC Berkeley Events

  1. Khaled Hosseini at the University Library
    • Profile
      • Bestselling author Khaled Hosseini discusses his writing and his humanitarian work in Afghanistan in a conversation led by Elizabeth Farnsworth, a correspondent for the PBS NewsHour.
    • Videos
      • Video #1
        Channel:- UC Berkeley Events
        Published On:- 2010-April-23rd
        Added On:- 2022-March-25th
        Link

 

HEC Media

  1. Becoming a Writer: Khaled Hosseini’s Unique Journey, September 2013
    • Profile
      • The Kite Runner made him famous and changed his life. A Thousand Splendid Suns and his most recent book And the Mountains Echoed solidified his place among some of the most well-respected authors. In this one on one conversation, Hosseini tells us why he avoids Hollywood endings in his novels, how he often “takes things” from people for his writing and what advice he would offer aspiring novelists. Plus, learn about his childhood and writing inspirations. This is an in-depth, captivating interview that will have you laughing at the author’s poignant stories. Plus, hear how he answers some of his biggest fans’ questions.
    • Videos
      • Video #1
        Channel:- HEC Media
        Published On:- 2014-April-21st
        Added On:- 2022-March-24th
        Link

Al Jazeera

  1. Talk to Al Jazeera — Khaled Hosseini: ‘Why I write about pain’
    • Profile
      • Author of the bestseller ‘The Kite Runner’ discusses recent events in Afghanistan, his new novel and why people read books.
    • Videos
      • Video #1
        Channel:- Al Jazeera English
        Published On:- 2014-July-4th
        Added On:- 2022-March-24th
        Link

 

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