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The Epic of Gilgamesh. An English Version, With an Introduction by N. K. Sandars; The Epic of Gilgamesh: An English Version With an Introd

Gilgamesh, Character
Format
Book
Edition
Rev. ed. incorporating new material
Published
Harmondsworth, Middlesex : Penguin Books, ©1972, 1977 printing.
Language
English
ISBN
014044100X, 9780140441000
Series Statement
Penguin classics
Technical Details

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    a| The epic of Gilgamesh : b| an English version with an introd. / c| by N.K. Sandars.
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    a| Rev. ed. b| incorporating new material.
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    a| Harmondsworth, Middlesex : b| Penguin Books, c| ©1972, 1977 printing.
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    a| 127 pages : b| map ; c| 18 cm.
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    a| Includes bibliographical references.
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    a| Map of the Ancient Orient -- Introduction. The history of the epic ; The discovery of the tablets ; The historical background ; The literary background ; The hero of the epic ; The principal gods of the epic ; The story ; Survival ; The diction of the epic ; Remarks on this version -- The epic of Gilgamesh. Prologue: Gilgamesh King in Uruk ; The coming of Enkidu ; The forest journey ; Ishtar and Gilgamesh, and the death of Enkidu ; The search for everlasting life ; The story of the flood ; The return ; The death of Gilgamesh -- Glossary of names.
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    a| Presents an English version of the epic poem which dates from the third millenium B.C., telling of the adventures of Gilgamesh, the great king of Uruk, and his search for immortality.
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    a| Sandars, N. K. q| (Nancy K.)
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