The Caine mutiny / Herman Wouk. An entertaining story of life and mutiny on a Navy warship in the Pacific theater, this novel was one of the first serious works of fiction to help readers grapple with the human consequences of World War II. F/WOU
Herman Wouk - The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist is perhaps best known for The Caine Mutiny - widely regarded as one of the best depictions of daily life aboard a US ship during the Second World War. He's still going strong at
Herman Wouk (born is a Pulitzer Prize-winning American author whose novels include War and Remembrance, The Winds of War, Marjorie Morningstar, and The Caine Mutiny, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize.
At 100, Herman Wouk re-emerges with a memoir, ‘Sailor and Fiddler’
Herman Wouk writes so beautifully. everyone knows about the caine mutiny, the winds of war, and war and remembrance. try "city boy" his coming of age story.aka "the adventures of herbie bookbinder". One of the greatest American authors!
Theatre Programme from the Return Chicago Production of the Herman Wouk play "The Caine Mutiny Couurtmartial," which performed from January 31 thru March 5, 1955 at the Blackstone Theatre (today called the Merle Reskin Theatre). Lloyd Nolan, John Hodiak and Henry Fonda starred in the produduction.