The story of Gilgamesh begins with an account of the geography of his world.
Part 1) Describe Gilgamesh's world. What is the purpose of this description? How can the reader relate to this world?
Part 2) How does this world enhance the story of Gilgamesh?
Part 3) How does this world influence what takes place in this story?
Gilgamesh is the main character in the story.
Part 1) Describe Gilgamesh. How do you know he is the main character?
Part 2) How do you know he is a catalyst?
Part 3) How does the creation of Enkidu help the reader gain more knowledge about Gilgamesh?
There are many similarities and differences between Gilgamesh and Enkidu.
Part 1) How are they similar? How are they different?
Part 2) To what do these similarities and differences lead?
Part 3) How does this relationship guide the plot of the story?
The gods create Enkidu to kill Gilgamesh.
Part 1) Why do...
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