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In "The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse", how does Aram justify Maurad's possession...
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HE HAD A WAY WITH HORSES. THE HORSE WAS A BIT OUT OF CONTROL WHEN ARAM HANDLED IT BUT WAS PERFECTLY FINE WHEN IT WAS IN HANDS OF MOURAD. AS IF THE HORSE OBEYIED HIM. AND WHEN HE KEEPS BACK THE HORSE IN THE STABLE, IT IS QUITE.
Posted by sarthakgoel on July 30, 2011 at 12:58 AM (Answer #1)
Aram first thinks that the horse can't be bought as the garoghlanians have been poor since centuries ,then he thinks that mourad might have stolen the horse.But he justifies Mourad by saying that they were not going to sell the horse and earn money but they were just going to return it after a ride and that was ok ,only because they were so crazy about horses.
Posted by mona018 on April 16, 2012 at 8:32 PM (Answer #2)
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