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The way in which the trapper initially reacts to Enkidu is significant because

A

the excitement in which Enkidu is viewed reflects the gratitude the Mesopotamians feel when the gods answer their prayers.

B

the surprise in which Enkidu is viewed reflects the culturally accepted norm that the gods are fickle in how they answer the people's prayers.

C

the hatred in which Enkidu is viewed reflects the historical hatred the people of Uruk have for nature and pastoral beings.

D

the fear in which Enkidu is viewed reflects the universal theme that the Other is feared until it is understood.

E

the happiness in which Enkidu is viewed reflects the religious pride the people of Uruk feel when the gods answer their prayers.

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