The author was pleased by the main hero that he created. This can be justified by the way he described Keesh as a great young hunter, as a brave young man, and as a smart and dignified boy. On the other hand, the author seemed to be unhappy towards his countrymen. He described them as scornful, doubtful and judgmental. Although he had these descriptions towards Keesh's countrymen, he later described them differently as they awed and recognized Keesh hunting skills.