Loyalness In 'The Story Of Keesh' By Jack London

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People with more power should control the village with loyalty and kindness not by cheating to the people. In the short story “The Story of Keesh” by Jack London, a boy named Keesh fights for justice with his government who lived in the polar sea. He became the chief at the age of thirteen. He had his own method of hunting and succeeded. He declares that he would honor his father’s memory and become a great hunter. He brings back wealth of meat to his people because the government is not treating the people very well. Through his wisdom, he completes an impossible mission and wins everyone’s heart in the village. He becomes a successful chief due to his wisdom. Keesh possesses two traits bravery and intelligence which creates the theme no matter how old you are, you can achieve anything you wish. This creates the resolution which is when he becomes the chief. He showed bravery because he stayed out of his Igloo for than a week without anyone helping him. He was also intelligent by creating a new method of hunting at a very young age which made him a successful and loyal chief. Keesh possesses intelligence that creates the theme no matter how old you are, you can achieve anything you wish. By using intelligence, Keesh found a new way of hunting and shares the meat he hunted with everyone in the village which made him the chief. The scene where Keesh states, “Nay, O Klosh-Kwan. It is not for a boy to know aught of witches, and of witches I know nothing. I have but devised a

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