In the opening of The Epic, Gilgamesh is an irresponsible tyrant feared and loat
In the opening of The Epic, Gilgamesh is an irresponsible tyrant feared and loathed by his people. By its close, Gilgamesh is hailed as the greatest and most wise of Uruk’s kings. Which of his experiences do you think most transform his world view? How and why do you think those insights transform him into a responsible ruler?
Make sure you:
Provide an introduction with the name/author/date of the text;
Articulate a clear thesis statement that specifically responds to the question;
Include at least 3 quotations from Gilgamesh properly introduced, integrated and analyzed;
Offer a conclusion