Read the following lines from the end of Book VI when Gilgamesh and Enkidu return to Uruk as heroes after slaying the Bull of Heaven.
There was singing and feasting in the palace that night. Later, when the warriors were stretched out asleep, Enkidu had a terrifying dream. When he woke up, he said to Gilgamesh, "Dear friend, why are the great gods assembled?” (Mitchel 140).
What is the significance of Enkidu’s dreams?