Books: A Fig for Cinderella

A HORSE IN ARIZONA—Louis Paul —Doubleday, Doran ($2). Even a President of the U. S. has to go fishing once in a while; even a 17-year locust has to come up for air some time. On this all-work-and-no-play-makes-Jack-a-dull-boy principle. Author Louis Paul last week burst from his cell with a yell like a Siberian monk's. A Horse in Arizona was well calculated to startle Author Paul's readers, who had gathered from his first book (The Pumpkin Coach—TIME, April 8, 1935) that Author Paul had almost as much gusto as Phil Stong but almost...

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