The Caine mutiny: a novel of World War II

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Doubleday, 1951 - Drama - 498 pages
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A world war II novel about the questionable behavior of a destroyer's captain which caused the executive officer to take command.

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Review: The Caine Mutiny

User Review  - Jay Rothermel - Goodreads

Wouk is a have-your-cake-and-eat-it-too bourgeois liberal. Queeg's arrogance and paralysis increase until he gives his exec no choice but to use article 184 during a typhoon; yet Wouk insists, second ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jeremy - Goodreads

Somehow, almost inexplicably, this has become one of my favorite books of all time. That, to me, is a strange honor to bestow upon a book that, on it's face, isn't really about anything. As far as ... Read full review

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Contents

Dr Keiths Letter
50
The Caine
61
Captain de Vriess
71
Copyright

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