Conclusion
Gilgamesh and the resublimation of deep time
in Discovering Gilgamesh
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The book concludes by looking at how the Epic of Gilgamesh continued to influence debates about the past into the early twentieth century, and how the myth of the great flood changed its appearance in different stories.

Discovering Gilgamesh

Geology, narrative and the historical sublime in Victorian culture

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