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What does Enkidu’s recanting of his curses on Shamhat illustrate about his character?

A

He is calmed and humbled by Shamash’s reminders that Shamhat civilized him, fed and clothed him, and introduced Gilgamesh to him as a friend.

B

His epiphany that he is responsible for his own actions has triggered the revelation that he can bring on his own redemption.

C

He is spiteful and only recants his curses because his friend Gilgamesh had asked him to before he died.

D

He is delirious and recants his curses because he cannot think clearly.

E

He is remorseful and wishes to renounce the curses because he wants to receive his rewards in the afterlife for living a pure life.

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