why was the behaviour of khushrow peculia or indifference.
The narrator mentioned Uncle Khosrove with regard to his cousin Mourad who took after his uncle in his disposition. In his family, Mourad was considered to be the spiritual descendant of his uncle. Uncle Khosrove was an enormous man with a powerful head of black hair and the largest moustache in the San Joaquin Valley. He was also furious in his temperament, extremely irritable and impatient such that he stopped anyone from talking by roaring: It is no harm; pay no attention to it. It did not matter what the circumstances were, that would be his refrain to everything.