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Wouk

 (wōk), Herman Born 1915.
American writer whose novels include The Caine Mutiny (1951), for which he won a Pulitzer Prize, and The Winds of War (1971).

Wouk

(woʊk)

n.
Herman, born 1915, U.S. novelist.
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It's an old-fashioned page-turner, tweaked by this witty and sophisticated writer so that you sometimes feel she has retrofitted sleek new engines inside a craft owned for too long by James Jones and Herman Wouk.
Navy, the novelist Herman Wouk (in The Caine Mutiny), and even vintage Burma Shave signs.
The film was based on the 1955 novel of the same name by Herman Wouk, which I loved.
Last year, Tablet's publisher Morton Landowne reflected on what it was like to read Herman Wouk over the span of many decades, from City Boy (1948) to Sailor and Fiddler: Reflections of a 100-Year-Old Author, Wouk's recent memoir.
One of his most eminent devotees was the author Herman Wouk, whose This is My God (1959) was penned under Jung's mentorship.
Ostensibly an extended society-page piece observing the daughters of New York real estate moguls and financial movers and shakers, like Francine LeFrak (whom I knew from the Brandeis School, a Solomon Schechter day school that we both attended), Baumgold's essay also considered the postwar fiction Of Herman Wouk and Philip Roth and its preoccupation with first- and second-generation American Jews as well as their anxieties over the demands of assimilation, money, and status--the coin of class mobility.
A long silence, and then Herman Wouk gives me a big kick under the table.
Indeed, one of the particularly valuable qualities of Young Lions is the attention Garrett pays to the currently unfashionable writers Herman Wouk and Leon Uris.
Herman Wouk is Still Alive is the backstory to a horrific car crash.
Douglas 'Duggie' Pomford HAILING from Toxteth, Douglas 'Duggie' Pomford was a World War II Commando whose wartime exploits wouldn't look out of place in a Herman Wouk novel.
The Lawgiver de Herman Wouk (17) (el mismo del Motin del Caine [18] y Vientos de Guerra [19]) me sirve para citar solo un ejemplo de verdadera calidad de "novela epistolar electronica" (o a base de e-mails).
Wouk (1998, 2001) analyzes two clause-final particles used in expressing solidarity in social interaction.