The Selfish Giant
|Eric Coates||The Selfish Giant - A Phantasy||orchestra||1925|
|Dan Goeller||The Selfish Giant||orchestra||2011||Official Website Children's book/CD, with illustrations by Chris Beatrice|
|Jenő Hubay||Az önző óriás (Ger. Der selbstsüchtige Riese; Eng. The Selfish Giant), Op. 124||opera||1934||1 act; libretto by László Márkus and Jenő Mohácsi after the story by Wilde|
|Graeme Koehne||The Selfish Giant||ballet||1983||choreography by Graeme Murphy|
|Jim and Dee Patton||The Selfish Giant||Rock opera||2008||Official Website Performed by Bongo And the Point|
|Stephen DeCesare||The Selfish Giant||Musical Theatre||2010||Published by MTA Publishing - www.mtapublishing.com
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Famous quotes containing the words giant and/or selfish:
“Long ago the country bore the country-town and nourished it with her best blood. Now the giant city sucks the country dry, insatiably and incessantly demanding and devouring fresh streams of men, till it wearies and dies in the midst of an almost uninhabited waste of country.”
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