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Read the point that is being made and the illustration that follows it. point: gilgamesh is a courageous leader. illustration: enkidu is frightened of humbaba and wants to turn back, but he tells gilgamesh, "you go into the dreadful forest, you kill humbaba and win the fame.” which explanation best connects this illustration to the point being made? enkidu also tells gilgamesh that he “will return now to great-walled uruk” and that all men will know he has been a coward. although enkidu fears for his own life, he is thoughtless and does not necessarily fear for the lives of others. enkidu is deeply fearful of humbaba, and he strongly believes that gilgamesh has the courage and ability to defeat humbaba alone. this proves that enkidu does not believe that anyone can defeat humbaba, even if he thinks gilgamesh should at least try.

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