character sketch of Uncle Khosrove , Aram and Mourad .

 As v knw.. Aram is the narrator of the story, and serves as the moral center. He is very mindful of doing the right thing, while understanding the financial challenges of the family. He does not seek to disrupt the balances in the family or in the community, and while he does love the horse, he does understand that in taking it, he and his cousin are doing something that is not entirely right. Mourad, in contrast, is guided by his passion for the horse, compelling him to take it. People dismiss his behavior as they do Uncle Khosrove (not father and son), and for his part, Mourad does believe that he has a special approach to dealing with animals, for example. This makes him approach things differently that Aram. Whereas one demonstrates restraint and a sense of hesitancy, the other showcases complete immersion and involvement with his passions and interests, namely animals. Uncle Khosrove represents the sense of "an old voice," who carries himself in a very demonstrative manner. His refrain of "It's noharm, pay no attention to it" is a statement on his approach to problems and predicaments. This makes him someone that many dismiss, but throughout the play his attitude places context on the scenarios the characters encounter. When the result ofthe boys' taking of the horse is that Byro actually has a better conditioned and well trained animal, Uncle Khosrove's statement acquires a very strange sense of closure to the entire event 

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characteristics of mourad are:- 

1;he is very fond of horses 
2;he is enjoyed alive more than anybody else 
3;he is very expert in riding the horse 
4;he is very honest 

Aram is very mindful of doing the right thing, while understanding the financial challenges of the family. He does not seek to disrupt the balances in the family or in the community, and while he does love the horse, he does understand that in taking it, he and his cousin are doing something that is not entirely right.
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Aram: lovable, innocent and easily influenced by Mourad.  Cheerful and does not think of the consequences of his act.

Mourad:  a kind and loving boy who has a way with animals.  Steals the horse because he loves horses.  Ready to give it back when he knows that the honesty of his tribe is questioned.  A true member of the Garoghlanian tribe.

Uncle Khosrove:  a very homesick person who yearns to be back in his motherland.  Very short tempered and shouting.  But it is his experiences which have made him so bitter.  Losing his home and motherland is so terrible that losing anything else does not matter to him.   He always feels that he is a foreigner in this land.

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Mourad is seen to be jubilant and is driven by his passion. He understands many animals and can handle most situations. Aram is more of an amateur who is driven by desire and dreams and does what suits best for him. He first thinks stealing is a crime then he approves it for his benefits. This shows his fickle minded nature. But both become self conscious towards the end and to prevent any dishonor of the family. They return the horse.

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What did the narrator see when he looked out of the window ? Why couldn't he belive on his eyes ?
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He could not believe to his eyes because he didn't belong to a rich family & even that they can't think to buy the horse so firstly it was luxurious thing to buy it for him .and being a poor seeing that in front of it in reality it made him thought false idea towards his brother
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He looked a white beautiful horse with wings 😊
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Hello
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Potto
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Uncle Khosrove was uncle of Aram and Mourad.
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Aram was a nine year old kid who belonged to the Garoghlanian tribes of Armenians. He believed in a carefree and joyful life. He was a very honest and timid guy. He had the raw innocence of childhood. He was free from the clutches of modern man's life. His life was surrounded by the freshness and openness of nature.



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Mourad has been described in the story as an animal lover. He sang when he rides a horse. His passion for riding made him a fearless rider. He had a way with horses and knew how to tame them against running wild. He took good care of the horse which shows his dexterity in this field. Also, he seems to be emotionally attached to the horse.



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Uncle Khosrove is explained to be a very impatient man. This worked to his disadvantage one day when he was getting his hair trimmed by a barber and he came to know that his house was on fire. He had an amazing reaction when he said: "It is no harm, pay no attention to it. Enough, it is no harm, I say." He paid no heed to anything serious or trivial.?
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yes he looked a white beautiful horse with wings 🙄
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