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[Solved] What are moral lessons put forward in the chapter "The summer of a beautiful white horse"?  

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What are moral lessons put forward in the chapter "The summer of a beautiful white horse"?

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In William Saroyan's "The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse," one could interpret the moral of the story as something to the effect of "no harm, no foul." Even though Aram and Mourad stole Johnny Byro's horse, no harm comes to either Johnny Byro or the animal. In fact, Johnny Byro finds that his horse is well-trained and in good condition upon its return, so by forgiving its disappearance, he, Aram, and Mourad have all gained something.

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