Sabina Murray is an Australian-American author known for her rich storytelling and exploration of historical themes. She has written several novels and short story collections, including 'The Caprices', which won the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction. Her work often delves into the complexities of human relationships and the nuances of cultural identity.
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1. The Caprices
"The Caprices" is a collection of short stories that explore the impact of the Pacific Theater of World War II on both soldiers and civilians. The book delves into the horrors of war, the cultural clashes, the deep-seated racism, and the human capacity for both cruelty and compassion. Each story provides a different perspective, giving a nuanced and deeply affecting portrayal of a complex and devastating period in history.