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The first use of the word ‘grinch’ in a work by Dr. Seuss appears in the 1953 book Scrambled Eggs Super! about Peter T. Hooper, a boy who collects eggs from a number of exotic birds to make scrambled eggs. One of these exotic birds is the “Beagle-Beaked-Bald-Headed Grinch” who looks a real sourpuss.The name later appeared in the May 1955 issue of Redbook in a 32-line poem called “The Hoobub and the Grinch.” This version bears virtually no resemblance to the later character other than name, instead being a fast-talking salesman in the vein of Sylvester McMonkey McBean from The Sneetches and the Once-ler from Seuss’s later book The Lorax. “The Hoobub and the Grinch” would be republished as part of the posthumous anthology Horton and the Kwuggerbug and More Lost Stories in 2014, in which the illustration draws this Grinch far differently

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