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Question: What changes did Gilgamesh made throughout the journey? In the Epic of Gilgamesh, the journey of Gilgamesh’s life, we can see the significant changes which Gilgamesh made throughout the journey. At the beginning of the story, Gilgamesh was a king of Uruk who tortures his people and does not care about anyone but himself. Moreover, he takes women without any hesitations. “Gilgamesh lets no girl go free to her bridegroom”. Nevertheless, at the end of his journey he came back to Uruk to be a better king. These changes can be observe after Gilgamesh met Enkidu, he started to change in various ways such as how he interprets problems, makes decisions, and has different emotions and especially himself as a human being. After the journey, we can see changed Gilgamesh through his actions and emotions. During the discussion with my partner, we shared the idea that what changes Gilgamesh
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Unformatted text preview: made and how he is differ then before. We had similarities and contrasts about what actually changed throughout his journey. We do agree about when Gilgamesh changed; it was after he met Enkidu, and how he changed; Gilgamesh thought that he was a godlike but the end he accepted that he is a human. However, I thought that all the changes what Gilgamesh made because Gilgamesh’s personality has been changed but my partner thought that Gilgamesh’s emotion and how to imply some problems was the main thing that has been changed not the actual Gilgamesh’s personality. After the discussion, I noticed that how to interpret something can make big different understanding of literature even thought we read same book. So I think having discussion after reading and sharing some idea would help to understand the literature in depth....
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