in what ways is Rāmā different from Gilgamesh or Odysseus? Think about this in terms of a hero. Do you find hm heroic? Can Rāmā be a just hero considering how he behaves to Sita (in the last book, he allows himself to be swayed by scurrilous gossip and banishes her. She guiltless and is taken “home” by her mother the Earth. What kind of a hero does this?