Some fictional novels by James A. Michener include "Hawaii," "The Source" and "Centennial." Some of Michener's non-fiction works include "The World Is My Home" and "The Eagle and the Raven."
James A. Michener was active primarily in the mid-20th century. He wrote over 40 books during his career, the majority of which were fictional sagas that chronicled multiple generations of a family living in a specific geographical location. His first published book was " Tales of the South Pacific," an autobiographical memoir of his time spent in the Navy during World War II. The final book he wrote before his death in 1997 was "Miracle in Seville."