Early in the novel Amir is constantly vying for Baba's attention and often feels like an outsider in his father's life, as seen in the following passage: "He'd close the door, leaving me to wonder why it was always grown-ups time with him. I'd sit by the door, knees drawn to my chest. Sometimes i sat ther for an hour, sometimes two, listening to their laughter, their chatter." Explain Amir's relationship with Baba.
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Answered by jill d #170087
Their relationship is distant. Amir is always looking for attention and striving for his father's approval. He blames his mother's death (in childbirth) as the reason his father doesn't care about him.