what argument did john byro advance to prove the usefullness of a horse to ac ountrydweller
John Byro was sad as his horse had been stolen a month back. When he visited Aram's home and complained about it, Uncle Khusrove became irritated and shouted at him for crying over a small matter. However, Farmer John advocated his stand by pointing out the futility of his surrey without the horse and the pain in his left leg that makes it difficult for him to walk. He also refers to the sixty dollars he bought the horse with which has now gone to waste as he is unable to enjoy the benefits of having a horse.