gods. Utnapishtim was wondering what he should tell the people of his city. He is still full of despair confident that death is fast approaching. Some argue that Gilgamesh has already achieved immortality. In this sense he has no control over his existence. When he reached at the gates of the city, there too he was showing his selfish motives. When he gets back from his journey he accepts that he is going to die someday so he writes down his story and leaves behind his legacy. The studies used many different methods to determine its origins, from grammar and sentence construction to comparing the text to historical knowledge. Wife of Utnapishtims requested him to take mercy on Gilgamesh. Among all the men, Gilgamesh was the greatest with both the god like virtues but with flaws in their character.
When he saw powerful Enkidu die, he realized that he would see the same fate and set out to change his destiny. He knew what it was like to lose someone he cared about, and he didnt want to know what death was like so that made him even more determined to find immortality. Beowulf is an Anglo-Saxon epic poem, the most important work of Old English literature. Before any analysis is made, it is vital that some kind of a foundation be established so that a further, in-depth exploration of the complex nature of both narratives can be accomplished. However since it was never tested, one cannot be sure that the plant will do as it promises in the first place. Fifty years later Beowulf, now king of his native land, fights a dragon who has devastated his people. The step where Enkidu dies was also an important part in the creation of Gilgameshs identity because in the beginning Gilgamesh was a very selfish person who would only think of himself and when Enkidu died it brought out Gilgameshs emotion and sadness which was. (24 Epic of Gilgamesh) The boat was completed in seven days and after the flood Utnapishtim saw no sign of life. He finally reached Utnapishtim, who told him the story of the flood and showed him where to find a plant that would renew youth (Tablet XI). Gilgamesh was a half man and half God but he was not only selfish but evil too. But on you he will rain an abundance, rare fish and shy wild fowl, a rich harvest tide.