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Jack  London, author of the "Story of Keesh", seemed to be very pleased with the main character. He created him as a great huntsman like his late father Bok. Based on the way he described Keesh in the story, we can say that he was happy and so generous with the kind words he gave to the main hero.

On the other side,in the beginning, the author described the main character's countrymen as doubtful and scornful, but as the plot took a twist, the author seemed to be getting pleased by them.