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Critical Essay by William Kittrell

Miss Ferber's [Giant] is certain to be on the required reading list of the Texas Folklore Society, for it deals with the habits of those mythological creatures, the freespenders from Texas, the Land of the Big Rich….

Despite the disclaimer in the front of the book, the characters in "Giant" will strike many Texans as bearing a remarkable resemblance to actual persons…. It is about as difficult to identify the characters and places in "Giant" as it would be to recognize the Washington Monument if it were painted purple.

Miss Ferber has done a lot of homework on this book, and there is some meat in it. Her discourses on grass, while not the last word on the subject, reveal diligent study….

"Giant" will be joyfully received in forty-seven states and...

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