The Giant's House Elizabeth McCracken, a novelist who's been named a winner in the Granta American Novelists Under Forty competition, has written the story of a librarian who falls in love with one of her patrons. It wouldn't be so unusual... except that the patron is a teenaged giant. Alan Cheuse has a review. (2:00) (Dial
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Elizabeth McCracken, a novelist who's been named a winner in the Granta American Novelists Under Forty competition, has written the story of a librarian who falls in love with one of her patrons. It wouldn't be so unusual... except that the patron is a teenaged giant. Alan Cheuse has a review. (2:00) (Dial