Offhand, I can think of two Jacks—Jack of “Jack and the beanstalk,” and Jack the Ripper, who cut quite a figure in his day.
Mr. Tall” is sort of “Jack and the beanstalk,” and that started to talk to “Jack and the Mad Dog.
And later, when the giant tries to climb after Jack, the beanstalk has to be chopped down pronto.
The others made haste to follow him and were soon gathered gravely at the foot of the beanstalk.
In my own I can only say that Jack's beanstalk was a backward plant in comparison.
Jack had no sooner reached the ground than he cut the beanstalk right in two.
Jack and the beanstalk is the eleventh of the series, and the best.
He became thoughtful, would arise at the first dawn of day, and would view the beanstalk for hours together.
By my power the beanstalk grew to so great a height and formed a ladder.
And he has grown up his own beanstalk, he says, and that is what makes him so tall.