The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse Setting

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Aram's House

Aram's house is the setting where the story begins. One morning, Aram awakes in his room to the sound of Mourad outside his window riding a horse. Aram tries to decide if he should leave and join his cousin, unsure if the horse is stolen. He later returns to his home to eat with his family. During a visit from Khosrove and John Byro, Aram discovers to whom My Heart belongs. The narrative returns to this setting at the story's end, when John Byro visits with his surrey, eager to tell Aram's family about his horse's reappearance.

Vahan Fetvajian's Barn

Vahan Fetvajian's barn is located on a deserted vineyard. Vahan Fetvajian owned and loved both the land and the structure years prior. In the story, however, Vahan Fetvajian is long gone, and the barn stands empty. Mourad and Aram use it as a hiding place for My...

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