After one ship's supper, Keith reflects that there were worse places to spend the war than the Caine.
As Caine tells it in the book, he was frequently terrible, for example, forgetting his sole line in an early performance.
But as Caine tells it in the book, “We were at school and there was no reason to question [her absences] at all.”
Nolan even told Caine that his character was patterned after Thorne.
The Caine Mutiny is one of the greatest novels ever written about a dysfunctional workplace.
Of course, I am not certain as to the intentions of Mr. Caine.
One of them was the boatswain Caine, the other a deckhand by the name of Johnson.
After I reached the boat I noticed Caine watching me closely.
Tom Yeager meanwhile was sitting on a coil of rope talking to Caine.
"The ambassador, Mr. Caine, will not be here before nine o'clock," announced Mr. Lupton.