We're back this month with something a bit older! In fact, it's about as old as you can get: Our March DRAB selection is the Epic of Gilgamesh. The ancient Mesopotamian poem has survived incompletely—new fragments pop up every so often, altering its shape—and translators have approached that challenge in different ways. For our discussion, we've chosen a fairly recent translation by Sophus Helle. But like we said when DRAB read Beowulf, if you're not able to get your hands on this particular translation, feel free to try a different version and report back with your thoughts.