What Is The Transformation Of Gilgamesh Character

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In the beginning of Epic of Gilgamesh, the narrator introduces the main character Gilgamesh, who is the king of a sacred city called Uruk. His god-like qualities are tainted by his arrogant personality and conceitedness with the belief that he is the most powerful man to live. Gilgamesh constantly battles with the men of Uruk knowing that he will end up with the victory. In many works, we see many transitions in hero`s characteristics. Gilgamesh struggled to establish moral principles. Gilgamesh is a cruel leader who shows little regards for his people. He takes what he wants from them and works them to death building the walls of Uruk. He sleeps with brides on their wedding night, before their husband’s even gets a chance to. Gilgamesh met …show more content…
Even though her king made a law she followed her heart and did what she thought was right. Both her brothers were important to her, so it was only right that she give her other brother a proper burial like she gave the other one. She knew that by doing what she did it could only be terrible things that followed, but that didn't matter to her and was ready to take anything on that Creon threw at her even if it was death that would have made her as driven as him.
Between Antigone and her uncle Creon, Antigone was expressed in more honorable ways. To me honor is standing up for what you believe in and be willing to do anything and take all consequences that come with that decision that you have made. She also didn't want her sister to get punish for the crime that she committed so she took the blame for it.
Both Creon and Antigone expressed great value in being such strong willing people. They both believed that what they did was such the right thing that nothing else mattered to them. Creon was stuck in his ways, and that since he was king that everyone had to follow his law that he
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Without having anymore materialistic things to wager, Yudhistira beings to wager his four brothers, from youngest to oldest. He loses his brothers forcing him to wager himself. After seeing Yudhistira lose again, Shakuni tells him that he could wager Draupadi, the common wife of the five Pandavas, in order to win himself back. Yudhistira wagers Draupadi, causing a chaos inside the court. Yudhistira once again loses that match, and Duryodhana immediately gives orders for Draupadi to be escorted back to him. He warns Duryodhana that his dice game opened a gateway sloping down to hell and war between the Pandavas and the Kuravas, and this is where the sibling war begins. Duryodhana does not listen to these warnings, and orders his ushers to escort

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