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Which statement BEST supports the idea that Gilgamesh and Enkidu are foils and counterparts to each other?
When Enkidu presents the initial idea to fight Humbaba, Gilgamesh also agrees with him.
When Gilgamesh claims that he is strong enough to kill Humbaba himself, Enkidu challenges him and claims that he is stronger than Gilgamesh and Humbaba combined.
When the gods present a dream that Humbaba will be killed, both Enkidu and Gilgamesh admit their fear of going to the Cedar Forest.
When Gilgamesh is determined and excited to go to the Cedar Forest, Enkidu is initially scared.
When Gilgamesh goes on his journey to the Cedar Forest, Enkidu abandons him.