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Samantha D.
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Literature
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Question:

Using The Epic of Gilgamesh, how does Enkidu's death bring about Gilgamesh's redemption?

Samantha D.
Answer:

When Enkidu dies, Gilgamesh is brought to question his own mortality. He was used to thinking of himself as immortal, but finally begins to understand the finality of death. Gilgamesh is able to mourn his friend's passing, recognize death as part of the human experience, and reach redemption by shedding his hubris and self-indulgent ways.

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Question:

Choose the correct word: To complete her everyday/every day look, Jan pulled on her well-worn Converse.

Samantha D.
Answer:

Everyday

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Question:

How do I create multiple columns filled with text?

Samantha D.
Answer:

The first (and the easiest way) is to create one large text box and then split it into multiple columns by navigating to Paragraph Formatting Controls > Number of Columns. The text will automatically flow from one column to the other. A more tedious way (but still manageable) would be to create one text box > copy and paste it to create another of the same size. Then, fill the first box with the text. You'll see a small, red plus sign indicating the overflow text. Click on the plus sign > click in the second text box. The overflow text will then show up.

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