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- But the diction used by Christ is quite curiously gigantesque; it is full of camels leaping through needles and mountains hurled into the sea. - "Orthodoxy", G. K. Chesterton.
- Balzac protested strenuously against the use of the word " gigantesque" in reference to his work; and of course it is susceptible of an unhandsome innuendo. - "The Human Comedy Introductions and Appendix", Honore de Balzac Commentator: George Saintsbury.
- Balzac does, and from this very accumulation he manages to derive that singular gigantesque vagueness- differing from the poetic vague, but ranking next to it- which I have here ventured to note as his distinguishing quality. - "The Human Comedy Introductions and Appendix", Honore de Balzac Commentator: George Saintsbury.