The logical ground of his belief was utterly weak because they had given considerable anguish to a poor, lonely farmer like John Byro. At the time this story happens, the once great family was reduced to poverty yet the members remained unquestionably honest. On the other hand, we can understand John Byro as a smart manipulator too. He could feel to his heart that that was his horse. They were remarried briefly in 1951 and divorced again in 1952.
The members of Garoghlanian family were especially known for their two qualities - integrity and honesty. Mourad is considered a craazy fellow--the descendant of his craazy uncle Khusrove. It was as if they were somewhere out of this world. They realized the fact and to protect and sustain the reputation of the tribe decided to return the horse to the owner sacrificing their desire. Really he has a way with all animals and birds. Mourad says it would take Aram a year to learn to ride.
In terms of honesty they are the wealthiest tribe in the world. He couldn't allow himself to think thatMouradmight have stolen because nobody in theGaroghlanianfamily could be a thief. Mourad was boastful and self-confident. How does the narrator describe the Garoghlanian family? He was a strange character. Introduction This story is about two poor Armenian boys — Aram and Mourad.
Once he was repairing the hurt wing of a young robin and whispering to it. It could be called stealing only if they tried to sell the horse. When he looked out, he saw his cousin Mourad sitting on a beautiful white horse. This was how it worked in the tribe, men had biological as well as spiritual fathers. Thus, they kept the horse for two weeks, enjoying its ride in cool air and singing to their heart's content on the country roads.
Aram was just a young lad, truthful and honest. . He exclaims that this white horse is identical to the one horse he owns. The horse leaped over seven vines before he fell. After a long time Mourad wanted to ride alone on the horse. There it leaps vehemently and the author falls down. It has gotten 231878 views and also has 4.
His mind was so sensitive that he could not bear hearing of upsetting news. He could not believe his eyes as he saw the horse. They were proud first, honest next and after that they believed in right and wrong. Sometimes people compared his craziness with his uncle. They left the horse in the barn after patting it affectionately.
He was as fond of horse riding as his cousin. When Mourad rode the white horse, he looked much more at ease and resplendent than any other rider, would. And being the members of Garoghlanian Tribe they had stolen a horse and had kept for long only to fulfil their desires. Theme The theme of the narrative is the inevitability of change that challenges traditions and long established beliefs. There was no question about it. They are famous for their honesty.
But the family was famous for its honesty. But he also cannot think that his cousin—a member of the honest tribe—can ever steal. Their love for the animal is quite authentic. A few of his early short articles were published in Overland Monthly. They realized their mistake and then returned the horse to the owner.
These words were spoken by Mourad to Aram. It went out of control. The following day they return the horse before everyone except the dogs is awake. Saroyan died of prostate cancer at the age of 72 in Fresno. The logical ground of his belief was utterly weak because they had given considerable anguish to a poor, lonely farmer like John Byro. Two weeks later when they were going to take the horse back to its hiding place, they met Byro on the way.