Books: Good Hunting

Not many U.S. housewives have gotten such a windfall in the morning mail as came last fortnight to 25-year-old Dorothea Cornwell of Louisville. She had just won the biennial $10,000 prize awarded jointly, by Manhattan Publishers Dodd, Mead & Co. and Redbook* for the best unpublished novel submitted. Author Cornwell's prizewinner, They Dare Not Go AHunting, which was selected from several hundred entries, will run serially this summer in Redbook, appear in book form some time later.

They Dare Not Go AHunting, a psychological study of the relations between a mother and her...

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