Books: Prize Package

Now that the Pulitzer Poetry Prize has been conferred on curly-headed youngster George Dillon (TIME, May 9), poetry-addicts will reach off their shelves two volumes not yet dog's-eared from fervent use. These volumes will be Boy in the Wind (1929) and The Flowering Stone (1931), which later won its author, besides the Pulitzer Prize, a Guggenheim award.

Scion of "an interminable line" of not interminable Georgia preachers and physicians, Poet Dillon, since he entered the University of Chicago in 1923, has been a chronic prizewinner. At the University he won the John Billings...

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