Blunderbore

This was “the cruel giant in Jack the Giant Killer cycle of folk tales, who imprisoned Jack” (223). Stedman (273) adds, “I think the point here is that Blunderbore was a carnivorous giant, who ground men’s bones to make his bread –– just as the Tower grinds and devours living men … The tower is personified as the giant.”

Context: 
or it’s not good enough for the old Blunderbore
Act: 
Act I