Mourad had the horse for over a month when farmer John Byro visited the narrator’s house. They retained it for two weeks more. Mourad outrightly rejected the narrator’s suggestion of keeping the horse any longer. It was his family pride that would not let him steal.
How long had Mourad had the white horse?
Cousin Mourad had a crazy streak. He was quite crazy about horses. He kept the stolen white horse for about six weeks, rode it, loved it, fed it well and hid it in a deserted yard.
At what time did Mourad and Aram ride the horse?
Answer. Answer: Mourad brought a white horse to Aram’s house at four in the morning and asked him to jump out of the window if he wanted to enjoy riding the horse.
When did Mourad return the horse?
One day when Byro saw Mourad on his horse he was sure that it was his own but since Mourad’s tribe was famous for its honesty he did not suspect them. This mortifies Mourad and he realises that he has not only put his honour at stake but his tribes’s too. Therefore he decides to return the horse to its rightful owner.
What had John Byro paid for his white horse?
Byro told him about his missing horse whom he bought at sixty dollars. For one month, he couldn’t find it and he walked for 10 miles to come to their house. Khosrove roared at him and told him, ‘it’s no harm, pay no attention to it.
What did Mourad do with the horse after stealing it?
He stole the horse because he had mania for horses. His passion combined with his eccentricity must have incited him to steal the horse. … 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.
Who did John Byro first lose but finally recover?
Answer: John Byro was the farmer. he was the person from whom Murad stole the horse . he lost his horse but in the end Murad returned the horse to him..
What did Mourad call the horse before running?
Mourad said that they called it “My Heart’. John Byro appreciated it as a lovely name for a lovely horse. He was ready to swear that it was the horse that was stolen hum him many weeks ago.
Who was 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 month back and was not yet found. He was concerned because his four horse driven carriage was useless without a horse.
Why did Mourad steal the white horse?
Mourad stole the horse for fulfilling his dreams. According to Mourad and Aram, it was not stealing as long as they did not sell the white horse off to anyone in exchange of money. Mourad stole the horse because it was his dream to ride horse and he wanted to fulfill his dream.
Who was the real owner of the horse?
Explanation: Farmer John Byro was the real owner of the horse. Aram and Mourad came to know about this when he arrived at Aram’s house and told them about the stolen horse.
Why did Mourad decide to hide the horse instead of taking it back?
Mourad decided to hide the horse because he and his bro wanted to ride the horse for some more time and they thought that there was no harm in hiding the horse for some more time as the animal had been away from it`s master for quite a long time!
What is the main message of the story the summer of the beautiful white horse?
Dear Student. The moral of story is the poverty does not limits one’s moral values. Despite the challenges one encounters, the person shouldn’t take the wrong path.
How does the story the summer of the beautiful white horse convey the message of honesty?
The summer of the beautiful white horse conveys the message of honesty and integrity as they did not steal anything even though they were very poor , Also they never took advantage of any one . Their family was famous for its honesty.
What is the message of the story the summer of the beautiful white horse?
The primary message of the story, The Summer of the Beautiful Horse, is that despite social or economic challenges, there are some truths which are absolute and should be practiced under and all conditioned. It is undeniable that the story is set within a family that is poor.