world literature 3th edition “” W r i t i n g

world literature 3th edition “” W r i t i n g

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The Wrath of the Gods

Gilgamesh expresses his jealousy
towards the gods and the immortality they enjoy. He and Enkidu learn firsthand
that incurring the wrath of the gods can have disastrous consequences. Rather
than wise, omniscient beings, the gods in Gilgamesh are vengeful and easily
angered. Gilgamesh and Enkidu first encounter this wrath after Gilgamesh
rejects Ishtar’s advances. Ishtar immediately turns to her father, Anu, to send
the Bull of Heaven to punish Gilgamesh. At first, Anu rejects Ishtar’s request
but she threatens to raise the dead to devour the living. Anu is frightened by
Ishtar’s threat and releases the Bull of Heaven to appease her. When Gilgamesh
and Enkidu slay the Bull of Heaven, they further insult Ishtar by throwing the
Bull’s hindquarters at her face. Enkidu later dreams that the gods have decided
that he must die for these transgressions. After twelve days of suffering, he
dies a painful death.

Utnapishtim also tells Gilgamesh the
story of a great flood exacted on the people of Shurrupak. Ea informs Utnapishtim
of the coming flood and instructs him to build a great boat and to stock that
boat with all the creatures of the land. It is important to note that when
Utnapishtim asks Ea about why the flood is coming and about whathe should tell
the people of Shurrupak, Ea has no specific answer for him, stating only that
Enlil is angry. This suggests that the wrath of the gods can also be incurred
without any obvious insult or explanation.

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