Answer: Aram agreed to ride the horse Mourad had stolen because he was crazy about horses, his earliest memories had been memories of horses and his first longings had been longings to ride. As his family was poor and couldn’t afford buying a horse, he didn’t want to miss the chance.
Why can’t Aram ride the horse?
Answer : In the short story ‘The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse’ by William Saroyan, Aram gives poverty as the reason for not being able to ride a horse. Aram and his cousin, Mourad belonged to the Garoghlanian tribe of Armenia that was very poor.
What happened when Aram ride the horse?
Aram, filled with fear, mounts the horse, who does not move. His cousin encourages him to kick the animal in its muscles, which causes the horse to race off. For a time, Aram is able to hang on as the horse runs wildly through a vineyard, jumping over the vines, until he is thrown from the horse, who gallops away.
Why did Aram ride the horse alone?
Mourad let the narrator ride the horse alone at first because the narrator was being false about knowing how to ride a horse. He wanted Aram to go first and then he could go next and show how to ride a horse.
Why did Aram decide to ride the horse though he was sure that the horse was stolen by his cousin?
After thinking about it, Aram decides his cousin did not steal the horse because he was not going to sell it for money. The boys were only going to ride it, which he reasoned did not constitute stealing.
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 .
Who was the true owner of the horse?
Answer. Explanation: Farmer John Byro was the real owner of the horse.
How did John make sure that it was his stolen horse?
“John Byro did recognize his horse when it was returned from Mourad and Azam. He knew the boys stole the horse from him but still did not accuse them. This was because he wanted to appreciate their honesty which they showed by returning back the horse to him.
Where did they hide the horse and why?
They hid the horse in old barn of a deserted vineyard, where they found some food for the horse like oats. John Bryo was an Assryian farmer whose horse was stolen by Aram and Mourad. He was a good friend of their family and he made the children realise that the act of stealing was bad deed.
What do you think induced the boys to return the horse to its owner?
What do you think, induced the boys to return the horse to its owner? Answer: The boys were impressed by John Byro’s attitude towards their parents and family. He knew their parents very well and so believed whatever the boys said.
How did Uncle Khosrove react?
Uncle Khosrove became very irritated. He shouted as usual: “It is no harm. What is the loss of a horse?” He shouldn’t pay any attention to it. The story revolves around the characters who belong to a tribe in Armenia.
What was the most awful fear of Aram?
Answer. Answer:Aram leaped over the horse back & for a moment it didn’t move which was the most awful fear imaginable. Then as per his cousins instructions he kicked into the muscles.
How long does it take to Mourad to find a horse?
There, it leaps over seven vines, and Aram eventually falls. Without looking back, the horse races ahead. It takes Mourad half an hour to find the horse.
How did Aram justify Mourad’s act of stealing the white horse?
Moreover, seeing the passion he had for horses, Aram believed that taking the horse was justified. Aram justified Mourad’s act of stealing as it wasn’t stealing,as stealing a horse for a ride was not same as stealing money.It wouldn’t became stealing unless they offered to sell the horse…
Why couldn’t Mourad buy a horse in the summer of the beautiful white horse?
Mourad couldn’t possibly buy a horse because he was a Garoghlanian, a member of an Armenian tribe living among the lush fruit orchards and vineyards of California.
Why was Aram unwilling to return the horse so soon?
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.