what does aram tell about the garoghlanian tribe? 5 marks

Aram felt that there was a crazy streak in the Garoghlanian family. Mourad seemed to have inherited it from his Uncle Khusrove who was a man of furious temper. He was also irritable and impatient. He would even interrupt anyone from talking by saying, 'It is no harm, pay no attention to it'  Aram feels that though Mourad was the son of Zorab, he had inherited the streak of madness from Uncle Khusrove. The Garoghlanian tribe lived in abject poverty and even then they had been honest. They  were known for their honesty so much so that John Byro gave them a benefit of doubt and did not claim his horse even when he could recognise it as his own.

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