Harold Enrico's third collection of poetry continues the tone and rhythm of the great European masters while employing the tough, strong imagery of the Pacific Northwest.
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About the Author
Harold Enrico was born in 1921 in a small coal mining town of Cle Elum in the Central Cascades of Washington. At the University of Washington, he studied music and French Language and Literature. World War II interrupted his formal education and he saw active service with the U.S. Army, 1262 Combat Engineer Battalion, in France, Belgium and Germany. After the war, he received his M.A. in French. He received his Doctorate in Comparative Literature from the University of Washington in 1970. The following years were spent teaching foreign languages, humanities courses, and English in various colleges—mainly Grays Harbor College in Aberdeen, Washington. He retired in 1985.