- 1 Why did Aram return the horse?
- 2 Why did Murad steal the horse and then return?
- 3 Why did Mourad want to return the horse to the owner?
- 4 Can Aram learn to ride horse?
- 5 Did the boys return the horse?
- 6 Who stole the white horse and why?
- 7 Who stole the horse?
- 8 Who was the real owner of the horse?
- 9 How did the true owner get back his beautiful white horse?
- 10 What did Mourad do with the horse after stealing it?
- 11 Who is John Byro?
- 12 How did Aram spend time with horse?
- 13 What is the irony in the summer of the beautiful white horse?
- 14 Where did they hide the horse and why?
Why did Aram return the horse?
One morning at 4 AM Aram’s cousin Mourad comes to his house with a beautiful white horse. Aram was unwilling to return the horse so soon because he wanted to learn riding at any cost. He wanted to keep the horse till he learnt how to ride it.
Why did Murad steal the horse and then return?
He stole the horse because he had mania for horses. He just wanted to just gratify his craze for horses. He returned the horse because he the actual owner of the horse, John Byro had seen him and Aram, his younger brother riding the horse one morning.
Why did Mourad want to return the horse to the owner?
Stealing a horse for riding and fun was not the same as stealing and selling it for money. Hence, Mourad stole the horse and hid it in the barn. Pangs of conscience pricked them. Hence, they decided to return the horse to its rightful owner.
Can Aram learn to ride horse?
Answer: no aram could not learn to ride a horse as aram and mourad returned it to john byro before he could learn to ride it.
Did the boys return the horse?
Answer: The boys returned the horse to Byro not because they were fraid but because their conscience pricked them. the stolen horse was with them. John Byro recognized his horse but refused to believe that Mourad and Aram had stolen it.
Who stole the white horse and why?
Answer: The question is asked from the story The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse written by the writer William Saroyan. Mourad stole the horse because of the passion he carried with himself for the horses. All he wanted was to ride on the horses. He stole the horse from John Byro.
Who stole the horse?
Mourad had stole the horse. He stole the horse because he had mania for horses he want to do a horse riding he hadn’t any ill intention. When John Byro encountered them he was confused because he was sure it was his horse but since Mourad’s tribe was famous for its honesty he disregarded his intuition.
Who was the real owner of the horse?
John Byro was the real owner of the white horse. He was a farmer. On a visit to Aram’s house he complained of his loss to uncle Khosrove. This assured Aram that the horse had been stolen by Mourad.
How did the true owner get back his beautiful white horse?
How did they use the horse and what made them return it to its true owner? The story ‘The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse’ revolves round stealing the horse and returning it to its true owner. Mourad was considered to be the natural descendant of the crazy streak in the Garoghlanian family.
What did Mourad do with the horse after stealing it?
Mourad stole the horse because he had passion for riding; but he was too poor to buy a horse. They returned the horse back because their conscience instructed them to do so.
Who is John Byro?
John Byro was an Assyrian Farmer, who had learnt to speak Armenian out of loneliness. He said that his white horse had been stolen a mouth back and was not yet found. He was concerned because his four horse driven carriage was useless without a horse.
How did Aram spend time with horse?
He loved it even though it was not his own. When he left it in John Byro’s vineyard, he put his arms around his neck, pressed his nose into the horse’s nose and patted it.
What is the irony in the summer of the beautiful white horse?
In “The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse,” the irony lies in the fact that Mourad, a member of the Garoghlanian family, steals a white horse. This is ironic because the family is locally renowned for its honesty.
Where did they hide the horse and why?
They feared lest they should put their tribe to shame by their action. No doubt, there came moments when both Aram and Mourad justified the stealing of the horse. Stealing a horse for riding and fun was not the same as stealing and selling it for money. Hence, Mourad stole the horse and hid it in the barn.