Giant George: Life with the World's Biggest Dog Setting & Symbolism

Dave Nasser
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Arizona Daily Star

The Arizona Daily Star is the newspaper in which Dave places the ad in which he tries to give George away in the beginning of the novel. It is in this same paper that an article about George vying for the Guinness title appears.

Tucson, Arizona

Tucson, Arizona is the town in which Dave grew up. It is to this town that Christie agrees to relocate after Dave promises to buy her a puppy.

Toy Poodles

Toy poodles are the dogs that Dave had as pets when he was growing up.

LA Times

It is in the LA Times that Christie finds the ad from George's breeder advertising Great Dane puppies for sale.

George's Crate

Dave buys a crate for George called the "Colossus." Although this is the biggest dog crate that he can find, George outgrows this crate before he has reached the age...

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