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In Book I, Gilgamesh is portrayed as a mighty warrior king whom the people both fear and admire.

Which of the following lines does NOT support this portrayal of mighty Gilgamesh?

A

"who in his arrogance oppresses the people, trampling upon them like a wild bull” (Mitchell 80)

B

"Gilgamesh the mighty king” (Mitchell 81)

C

“[Y]ou will gaze with wonder, you will see how handsome, how virile he is” (Mitchell 82)

D

“Shamash, the sun god, loves him, and his mind has been made large by Anu, father of the gods” (Mitchell 82)

E

“his body pulses with erotic power” (Mitchell 82)

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