What is the name of the giant in "Jack and the Beanstalk"?


The giant's name in 'Jack and the Beanstalk' is not provided in the original plot. However, most plays that are based on the story have the giant named, Blunderbore. The giant in the story 'Jack the Giant Killer' is also named, Blunderbore.
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The traditional name for the Giant who lives atop of Beanstalk
it somewhat like passion in the part of jack because he sacrifices a lot in order to get a sack of gold coin, the hen, and the harp.
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When the story of Jack and the Beanstalk is told, the giant does not have a name. All the people in the story like Jack's mother and the giant's wife also do not have names. Jack is the only one with a name in the story. However the tales go on to name the giant as The Giant of Mount Cornwall.
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