gen ed epic of gilgamesh

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Will Cramer August 27, 2007 Gen ED 110 Bond The Epic of Gilgamesh The ancient story The Epic of Gilgamesh portrays two best friends. One, the king of Uruk who “ the locks of his hair grew thick as a grainfield. He was perfection in height, Ideally handsome [. . . ] (I, 59-61). The second, “The locks of his hair grew thick as a grainfield. He knew neither people nor inhabited land, He dressed as animals do. He on fed on grass with gazelles. ..” [I, 107-110]. Gilgamesh and Enkidu. The shared many of the same qualities both physically and how they conducted themselves. Originally created by the Gods to be equal and challenge Gilgamesh, Enkidu became his brother and soul mate. Through out the story they face many challenges and keep each other strong but when they upset the gods the face the hardest task of all. Separating. Within only two adventures, the duo they upset the Gods to the point were the cast a horrible sickness on Enkidu, that finally sends him to his death after 12 days of immense suffering. However, the only reason this death is difficult is because of how much Enkidu
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