Compare/contrast the figure of Humbaba in Gilgamesh to the Bull Demon in Monkey 9 see pages 149-185). Both bulls talk,for example, Do they say similar things? Neither bull can be trusted. Is it for some of the same reasons? Both bulls are supposed to be evil, yet many readers see them sympathetically. Why? Again, use quotations from both texts to explain. also: what does each figure have to teach us about the meaning of the worship of bulls in cultures all across the world?