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Book of Giants

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Book of Giants by Henry Wysham Lanier is a fascinating exploration of the myths and legends surrounding giants in various cultures. Lanier delves into the stories of giants from Greek, Norse, and Biblical traditions, providing a comprehensive look at the role these larger-than-life figures play in our collective imagination.

The book is well-researched and meticulously detailed, with Lanier drawing on a wide range of sources to paint a vivid picture of giants throughout history. He explores the symbolic significance of giants, their connection to creation myths, and their role in shaping cultural narratives. Lanier also delves into the psychological underpinnings of our fascination with giants, offering thought-provoking insights into why these monstrous beings continue to capture our imaginations.

Overall, Book of Giants is a thought-provoking and engaging read that will appeal to anyone with an interest in mythology, folklore, or the psychology of storytelling. Lanier's writing is accessible and engaging, making this book a valuable resource for scholars and casual readers alike.

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Tales of very tall men of myth, legend, history, and science - Summary by Henry Wysham Lanier

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