Gay, Bubbling Author Parrish Wins the Prize
The Story. Victor Campion was born at The Maples on his father's birthday. His advent was hastened by a spring gust off the Delaware that blew a little white shawl from Mamma's neck into the face of Papa's skittish new filly. Papa was pitched on his head in the drive, never to see his heir. Mamma crumpled on the steps.
So "Victor, honey" was brought up by his womenfolks, commandeering their lives. Shallow, placid Mrs. Campion let the estate leak through her plump fingers. A carefully...