Read the following proclamation from Enkidu from Book I that follows his longing for a companion.
“I will go, Shamhat. Take me with you to great-walled Uruk, to the temple of Ishtar, to the palace of Gilgamesh the mighty king. I will challenge him. I will shout to his face: I am the mightiest! I am the man who can make the world tremble! I am supreme!” (Mitchell 80).
What tone is illustrated here, and what does this foreshadow about the relationship between Gilgamesh and Enkidu?