|Author||Andrew Farkas, Enrico, and Jr. Caruso|
This book will please the in-depth researcher as well as the person who wants to know what kind was Mr. Caruso. It says much about origins. The Naples of Caruso's boyhood is well described. Singing is the one compass that always pointed North for Mr. Causo. Enricco's father wanted him to be a mechannic, but Enricco was drawn by greater force to be the singer he became. We see him develop from a callous young man in his relations with women, to a serious, kind adult. We see him struggle very hard to become the outstand singer and performer that he was. All the details are there. If anything unusual occured on the stage, or in every day life, I reccomend this book for scholarship as well as for the enjoyment of a ubique man.