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ghIlghameS Anonymous Roger Cheesbro The epic Gilgamesh, with side by side Klingon translation.. ghIlghameS The epic Gilgamesh with side by side Klingon translation
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  • ISBN: 9781587153389
  • Page: 409
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    1. AhmadEbaid says:

      As for human beings, their days are numbered, and only their achievements that could establish their name to the latter generations The oldest discovered truly literature epic ever in history, the immortal outstanding Odyssey of Iraq Gilgamesh, the two thirds god, symbol of Sumerian myth Origin of all stories and tales, which the old ancient civilizations quoted Source of myths and superstitionYou would be surprised by knowing the ancient assets of present, that the men just do developing rather [...]

    2. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

      Shutur eli sharri The Epic of Gilgamesh, Anonymous The Epic of Gilgamesh is an epic poem from ancient Mesopotamia that is often regarded as the earliest surviving great work of literature The literary history of Gilgamesh begins with five Sumerian poems about Bilgamesh Sumerian for Gilgamesh , king of Uruk, dating from the Third Dynasty of Ur c 2100 BC These independent stories were later used as source material for a combined epic The first surviving version of this combined epic, known as the [...]

    3. Riku Sayuj says:

      He Who Saw The Deep A Hymn to SurvivalThe Gilgamesh epic is one of the great masterpieces of world literature One of the early translations so inspired the poet Rainer Maria Rilke in 1916 that he became almost intoxicated with pleasure and wonder, and repeated the story to all he met Gilgamesh, he declared, is stupendous For him the epic was first and foremost das Epos der Todesfurcht , the epic about the fear of death.This universal theme does indeed tie together the various strands of the epic [...]

    4. Ahmad Sharabiani says:

      The Epic of Gilgamesh, Anonymous, N.K Sandars Translator The literary history of Gilgamesh begins with five Sumerian poems about Bilgamesh Sumerian for Gilgamesh , king of Uruk These independent stories were later used as source material for a combined epic The first surviving version of this combined epic, known as the Old Babylonian version, dates to the 18th century BC and is titled after its incipit, Sh tur eli sharr Surpassing All Other Kings Only a few tablets of it have survived The later [...]

    5. Paquita Maria Sanchez says:

      I ve now read this dingdang poem at least four times Though I read it in both high school and my sopho year of college, the textbook versions I was dealing with must have been pretty darn tamed down, as I do not recall any overt references to sexual organs or Prima Nocta Yeah, I definitely don t recall any sexysexy lines like Open the hymen, perform the marriage act Maybe I was just phoning in the whole learning thing back then, or maybe the years since I stepped away from academia have actually [...]

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    8. Richard Derus says:

      BkC2 THE EPIC OF GILGAMESH Not sorry I read it, but what a slog.The Book Report Evil King Gilgamesh is hatefully cruel to the citizens of Uruk, his kingdom The gods, hearing the cries of his oppressed people, send Gilgamesh a companion, Enkidu Yes, that s right, a man Gilgamesh falls so in love with Enkidu, and has such big fun playing around and exploring the world and generally raising hell with Enkidu that his people are left alone to get on withwhatever it was that they weren t allowed to do [...]

    9. Ahmed Ibrahim says:

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    10. Greg says:

      I think I read this in class once, I don t remember it at all though I wrote something stupid in the margin though that if I saw in someone else s book I d think they were a moron, so I guess this proves I m a moron, or was, or something This version is a prose version, something I think is silly, I mean I ve made fun of people behind their backs who buy the prose version of Homer instead of a verse version, so now I m going to snicker behind my own back Except I didn t buy this, or I did, but i [...]

    11. سمر محمد says:

    12. Mahdi Lotfi says:

      2400 .

    13. Alienor ✘ French Frowner ✘ says:

      Admittedly I found George Smith s story interesting than the book itself fuck the British Museum, really but hey I m always here for anything that proves the Bible s travesty, so yes, I m writing this ridiculous 3 lines review before diving into my course material otherwise I would most likely babble literary truths and that s not what my GR account is about isn t it

    14. Hazal Çamur says:

      G n m z ahlak kurallar n n tesinde, kendi d neminin rf ve adetleriyle bezeli, mitoloji kavram n n mihenk ta Ya ama dair her ey var bu destanda Bunun yan s ra, Bankas K lt r Yay nlar nin zenli al mas yla d neme dair harika bilgiler de cabas.Ama en ok, t m o bilgilerin sonunda evirmen Sait Maden in Amerikal lar n Irak a yapt bombard manlarla bu tarihe dair daha ba ka bir ey renemez hale geldi imiz s ylemesi koydu bana G lgam harika bir destan, ama onu yazanla ayn insano lu bizim daha fazlas n renm [...]

    15. Aubrey says:

      If you want the most interesting and the most banal analysis of anything simultaneously, reduce it to the sum of its fragments shored up against the one and only death It is intriguing for its conscripting of any factoid into a series of Socrates soundings Why did they buy the house They didn t want to die Why did they cross the border They didn t want to die Why did they not resist being raped They didn t want to die and monotonous to the point of pointlessness for the exact same reason To prev [...]

    16. Teresa Proença says:

      Gilgamesh um antigo poema da Mesopot mia com origem em lendas e poemas compilados, em t buas de argila no S culo VII a.C pelo rei Assurban pal The Flood Tablet Narra a epopeia de Gilgamesh, rei de Uruk, que oprimia o seu povo Os deuses, para sossego dos s bditos, criaram ent o Enkidu semelhante a ele como o seu pr prio reflexo, como um outro ele, cora o de tempestade para cora o de tempestade Eles que briguem um com o outro e deixem Uruk em paz Juntos vivem aventuras que desagradaram aos deuses [...]

    17. Zazo says:

      I will set up my name in the place where the names of famous men are written, and where no man s name is written yet I will raise a monument to the gods.

    18. K.D. Absolutely says:

      The Epic of Gilgamesh is an ancient Sumerian poem first discovered in Mesopotamia now Iraq on December 3, 1872 It is among the earliest known works of literature This is how the tablet containing a part of the poem looks like One thing that struck me, as pointed out also by some literary scholars, is the fact that in this epic poem, there is also a Noah like great flood and other Biblical stories that exist here about 1,500 years before the book of Genesis was written I mean, were there two grea [...]

    19. Mohammad says:

      2400 4400 .

    20. Leonard Gaya says:

      Le po me de Gilgamesh, compos , dans ses premi res versions connues, il a 3 500 ans, bien longtemps avant Hom re, est sans doute l un des plus anciens t moignages de l activit po tique et litt raire de nos lointains anc tres de M sopotamie, l aube m me de l Histoire Cette pop e, comme chacun sait, relate le r cit du roi d Uruk, sa rencontre avec le sauvage Enkidu, l affrontement du monstre Humbaba dans la for t de r sineux, la querelle avec Ishtar et le massacre du Taureau C leste, la descente d [...]

    21. Netta says:

      I strongly believe that The Epic of Gilgamesh, as well as every other thing which dates back to before Christ, should be read and enjoyed within the context Treating these surviving tablets with pieces of Gilgamesh s story as a story of a human being living in times of gods and powerful inexplicable force ruling over tiny people, makes said story a wonderful work of literature instead of a mess you cannot relate to In fact, The Epic of Gilgamesh is surprisingly relatable In a nutshell, this is a [...]

    22. Florencia says:

      O Utu, let me speak a word to you, give ear to what I say Let me tell you something, may you give thought to it In my city a man dies, and the heart is stricken,a man perishes, and the heart feels pain.I raised my head on the rampart,my gaze fell on a corpse drifting down the river, afloat on thewater I too shall become like that, just so shall I be No man can stretch to the sky, no matter how tall,no man can compass a mountain, no matter how broad Since no man can escape life s end,I will enter [...]

    23. Shaikha Alkhaldi says:

      4000 .

    24. Zanna says:

      Oral tradition is often characterised by repetition, using rhythm, cyclic forms, repeated phrases or figures, returning symbolic props etc The Epic has elements of all of these strategies, and while it s a bit dull on the page, it s easy to imagine it being spectacularly performed though of course, it may not have been performed at all In any case, it s full of intriguing motifs, some mysterious, others deliciously familiar

    25. Niloufar Mosleh says:

      Hermaphrodite Symposium TALMUD ANTMA ANMUS NISABA 1439

    26. Yann says:

      H ros ma trisant un lion Mus e du Louvre Tout simplement la plus vieille histoire de l humanit Reconstitu e partir des tablettes cun iformes m sopotamiennes Beaucoup de lacunes malheureusement, mais quelle motion de poser les yeux sur un message multimill naire

    27. ΣωτήρηςΑδαμαρέτσος says:

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    28. Evan says:

      The common man, the noble man,Once they have reached the end of life,Are all gathered in as one Immortal under the Sun are the gods alone,As for mortals their days must end What they achieve is but the wind I must face battle strange to me,Travel a road unknown to me He who leads the way preserves himselfAnd keeps his companion safe Fixing his gaze on me, he led me to the House of DarknessThere where Irkalla lives, He, the God of the Dead.No one who enters that house comes forth again.It is the [...]

    29. M. says:

      G lgam Destan n n Aruz bi imiyle yaz ld n renmenin a k nl yla s xx okumaya ba lad m bu kitapta, ba larda kitab n bat l birka kaynak zerinden eviriden eviri oldu u nyarg s ta yor oldu umu da inkar edemem Lakin daha sonra bu nyarg m n yersiz oldu unu elimde tuttu um metnin nefis, ok nemli bir metin oldu unu anlamam gecikmedi.Destan en k sa ifadeyle zetlemek gerekirse l m korkusu diyebilirim buna nsan ocu unun milyonlarca y ld r de i meyen pek tabii 4.000 y l nce de insan ocu unun iliklerinde hisse [...]

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