The CORRECT ANSWERS are:
“Gilgamesh felt his courage return. / They charged at Humbaba like two wild bulls.”
“Gilgamesh saw it, he leaped upon him, / he held a knife to Humbaba’s throat.”
“He yelled, he lifted / his massive axe, he swung it, it tore / into Humbaba’s neck”
The first and third evidence from text are the best statements that support conclusion of Gilgamesh being courageous and takes risks. In the first statement we can see from his fear that Gilgamesh took a risk coming to the cedar forest and standing in front of Humbaba, the embodiment of darkness and evil. The third statement shows that he is courageous by overcoming and confronting fear of Humbaba (in this example with the support of a friend).
- "despite the fact that portia lives in belmont and has many suitors, bassanio believes that he can win her heart. bassanio plans on overcoming his financial obstacles by borrowing money from antonio to travel to belmont. he then plans on marrying portia and becoming wealthy enough to pay off his debts."