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I bought this book for a mythology class in college. I absolutely love it! I keep it on my bookshelf so it is easy to find when II any to reread it.Published 20 days ago by JoAnne Cochran
In ancient Sumeria, a king named Gilgamesh befriends a wild nomad named Enkidu. After Enkidu dies, Gilgamesh goes in search of a way to bring him back to life. Read morePublished 8 months ago by JGar
Well this was depressing....
And remember kids; if you're reading this for a test, read the back of the book to. Might get you some extra points.
This is one author's attempt to create a coherent narrative poem out of one of the oldest and greatest tales ever written. Read morePublished 9 months ago by reader
This was a very good book. Simply written but very easy to comprehend and visualize. It is a wonder that more people do not know about The Epic of Gilgamesh.Published 11 months ago by Juan E. Brown