Books: Baker's Daughter

SUSANNE—Johannes Buchholtz—Liveright ($2.50).

Susanne, while still on the presses, won first Danish prize in the 1931 Inter-Scandinavian Novel Contest, might therefore be considered Denmark's Novel-of-the-Year. Author Buchholtz is comparatively unknown in the U. S., but not so is his translator, Swedish Litterateur Edwin Bjorkman.

Susanne was a baker's daughter and she had a hard time at home. She was almost fed up enough to run away when young Otto Hellenberg, son of a rich ship tycoon, invited her to a party on his father's yacht, let her make herself ridiculous, tried to seduce...

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