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How does Gilgamesh respond to Enkidu’s dreams of death, and what is the significance of his response?

A

Gilgamesh tries to placate Enkidu’s fears by assuring him that the dreams are a good omen, mimicking the way Enkidu placated Gilgamesh’s fears in the Humbaba episode.

B

Gilgamesh laughs at Enkidu’s dreams and assures him that he has nothing to fear, which is significant because it reinforces the great friendship that the two men share.

C

Gilgamesh dismisses Enkidu’s dreams and says that they have no significance, which reinforces his naïvete.

D

Gilgamesh is worried about Enkidu’s dreams and begins fearing for his friend’s life.

E

Gilgamesh tries to reinterpret Enkidu’s dreams as good omens, which is significant because it reinforces his willingness to help his friend.

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