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  1. Biography - Harris, Frank (1856-1931): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2003-01-01
  2. The Playwright and the Pirate: Bernard Shaw and Frank Harris; A Correspondence by Stanley Weintraub, 1983-02-01

21. Writer, Author: Information From
Harris, Frank Harris, James Thomas Harris — Irish writer noted for his sexuallyexplicit but unreliable autobiography (18561931); Harte,
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22. 1899: Information From
From 1916 to 1923, it was edited by the literary gadfly Frank Harris (18561931)and featured contributions by Upton Sinclair, Eugene Debs, George Bernard
showHide_TellMeAbout2('false'); Arts Business Entertainment Games ... More... On this page: US Literature Wikipedia Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping In the year Astronomy The International Latitude Service (a.k.a. International Polar Motion Service) of the International Geodetic Association, with six stations on or near latitude 39° 8' N, is founded to observe variations in latitude caused by variations in Earth's wobble as it orbits the Sun. In the United States, this is a program of the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, with latitude observatories at Gaithersburg, Maryland, and Cincinnati, Ohio. William Wallace Campbell [b. Hancock County, Ohio, April 11, 1862, d. San Francisco, June 14, 1938] discovers from studies with a spectroscope that Polaris (the North Star) is actually a system of three stars. Solon Irving Bailey [b. 1854, d. 1931] discovers 85 variable stars with short periods in the globular star cluster M5. Such cluster variables, also known as RR Lyra stars after their brightest member, usually have periods of less than a day and are found throughout the Milky Way. Biology German-American physiologist Jacques Loeb [b. Mayen, Germany, April 7, 1859, d. Hamilton, Bermuda, February 11, 1924] demonstrates parthenogenesis (reproduction without sexual union) by raising unfertilized sea urchin eggs to maturity after changing their environment.

23. Stories, Listed By Author
Harris, Frank; ie, James Thomas Harris (18561931). * How I Discovered BernardShaw, (ar) The Smart Set Jul 1915. The Smart Set Anthology, ed.
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24. Stories, Listed By Author
Harris, Frank; ie, James Thomas Harris (18561931) (chron.) * England’s Hope, (ar)Colliers Nov 20 1915; Oligarchy vs. Democracy pictured are AJ
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25. The Interregnum - Notes
Page 83, line 8 Mr. Frank Harris Frank Harris (18561931), then editor of theFortnightly Review, was an editor of ability, but notorious as a liar and
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These are based on the notes originally written by Thomas Pinney for the Cambridge edition of Something of Myself (1995), with the kind permission of CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS The page numbers below refer to the Macmillan Uniform Edition, published in 1937 after Rudyard Kipling's death, and frequently reprinted since.
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[Heading] The youth ... Must travel "Ode, Intimations of Immortality," lines 71-72.
[Page77, line 1] autumn of '89 Kipling arrived in Liverpool from New York on October 5, 1889, and was in London by October 7.
[Page 77, line 10] Mary Kingsley (1862-1900) ethnologist and traveller in Africa. Kipling published a brief memorial of her in the Journal of the African Society , October 25, 1932 (Sussex Edition, xxx). The meeting he refers to here could not have been in 1889; it must have been either in 1898-99 or 1899-1900: see John Shearman, "Mary Kingsley and Rudyard Kipling," Kipling Journal, December 1987, p. 20.
[Page 78, line 14] Mowbray Morris Morris (1847-1911) edited Macmillan's Magazine from 1885.

26. Elder Conklin And Other Stories By Frank Harris - Project Gutenberg Europe
Creator, Harris, Frank (18561931). Title, Elder Conklin and Other Stories.Language, English. EText-No. 7153. Release Date, 2004-12-01. Copyrighted, No
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27. Finding Aid To The Frank Harris Papers 1889-1930 (bulk 1915-1925)
The Esar Levine Collection of Frank Harris (C0873) consists of the Harris,Frank, 18561931. Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900Criticism and interpretation.
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Frank Harris Papers, 1889-1930 (bulk 1915-1925)
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Harris, Frank, 1855-1931.
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Consists primarily of typescript manuscripts, often with holograph corrections, representative of the literary production of American author Frank Harris: books, plays, stories, essays and articles, and biographical portraits. A good amount of the material is about the life and writings of Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), the popular and controversial Irish author. Also included are a small amount of correspondence, documents, and printed material.
Biography of Frank Harris
Primarily remembered today for his sexually frank reminiscences ( My Life and Loves

28. Oscar Wilde Links “I Sometimes Think That God In Creating Man
This site contains online copies of Ballad Of Reading Gaol and Oscar Wilde, HisLife And Confessions Volume 1 by Harris, Frank, 18561931.
Oscar Wilde Links “I sometimes think that God in creating man, somewhat overestimated His ability.” In Conversation
Oscar Wilde CELT: Oscar Wilde
Online copies of most of Oscar Wilde’s works, including novels, poems, lectures, essays and poems. E-Mule Poetry Online: Oscar Wilde
An online collection of Oscar Wilde’s poetry. Internet Broadway Database: Oscar Wilde
List of Broadway productions of Wilde’s plays.  Contains links to each play, with information on theatre, actors and production credits.   Irish Writers Online – Wilde
Brief biographies of Irish writers with information on their own works. Mr. O.W. - Oscar Wilde
This site contains a biography, third party views of Wilde and little known short stories as well as literary criticism by Wilde of others. Online Books
The complete works of Oscar Wilde, including poems, novels, stories, and lectures. Online Poems by Oscar Wilde Bartleby
The Bartleby Archive's on-line edition of Wilde's 1881 collection. (Columbia University) The Oscar Wilde Centre for Irish Writing, Trinity College Dublin

29. Friend Frank - New And Used Books
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Results: 1-9 Munson, Kenneth, Illustrated by John W. Wood, Michael Baber, Bob Corrall, Frank Friend, Brian Hiley, William Hobson, Alan Holliday, Tony Mitchell, Jack Pelling, Allen Randall Airliners from 1919 to the Present Day
ISBN: Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Revised Edition. 8vo - 7.75" to 9.75". 352 pages fully illustrated in colour. A tight clean copy, None neames/inscriptions, slightly age-browned at the closed edges but the contents are Fine. The boards are sound with slight shelfwear to the lower edges. The dustjacket bright, clean and complete. Slight fading to the spine and minor chipping to the edges - in its new archival sleeving it looks great. Munson, Kenneth, Illustrated by John W. Wood, Michael Baber, Bob Corrall, Frank Friend, Brian Hiley, William Hobson, Alan Holliday, Tony Mitchell, Jack Pelling, Allen Randall - Airliners from 1919 to the Present Day
London: Peerage Books, 1982

30. 1856 -- Facts, Info, And Encyclopedia Article
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31. 1931 -- Facts, Info, And Encyclopedia Article
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32. Works In The Public Domain In Australia Fifty Years After The Author's Death
Frank Harris (18561931). ConfessionalTextZIP HELP. Charles YaleHarrisON (1898-1954). Generals Die in BedTextZIPHTML HELP
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33. Project Gutenberg: INDEX OF AUTHORS
Harris, Frank, 18561931 Harris, Joel Chandler, 1848-1908 Harris, Robert A., 1950-Harrison, Benjamin, 1833-1901 Hart, Michael Stern, 1947-
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34. Let's Talk About
Frank Harris Harris, Frank (18561931) Though Alfred Douglas said that Wildealways avoided Harris, they were apparently good friends.
Harris, Frank (1856-1931) An Irish-born short story writer, playwright, novelist, and controversial biographer of Shakespeare, Wilde, and Shaw, Harris was best known in the 1890s as the editor of the Fortnightly Re view and the Saturday Review. He apparently first met Wilde in 1884 in a society drawing room, then him at a theatre, and at various other social gatherings. Though Alfred Douglas said that Wilde always avoided Harris, they were apparently good friends. At first, however, as Harris recalls in his autobiographical Oscar Wilde: His Life and Confes sions, Wilde's appearance "was not in his favour; there was something oily and fat about him that repelled me. Naturally being British-born and young I tried to give my repugnance a moral foundation; fleshly indulgence and laziness, I said to myself, were written all over him." Periodically referring to him as "driven by an inordinate vanity" and as "colossally vain," Harris regarded Wilde's monologues in company as consisting of epigrams "almost mechanically constructed of proverbs and familiar sayings turned upside down." On being introduced to him, Harris disliked the limp handshake as well as Wilde's "flabby, greasy" hands. He also noted that Wilde was "over-dressed rather than well dressed." With his height of over six feet and his broad build, he looked like "a Roman Emperor of the decadence".

35. 19th Century Literary Figures
Green Hubbard (18561915); Booker T. Washington(1856-1915) L. FrankBaum (1856-1919); Frank Harris (1856-1931); Lizette Woodworth Reese (1856-1935)
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38. Food For Thought: Biographies
Harris, Frank (orig. James Thomas) (Irish journalist, writer), 18561931. Harris,George (1st Baron Harris) (English soldier), 1746-1829
HaAm, Ahad (b. Asher Ginzberg) (Ukrainian-born Hebrew essayist) Haar, Alfred (Hungarian mathematician) Haas, Joseph (German composer) Haas, Karl (German-born pianist, conductor, musicologist) Haase, Hugo (German politician) Haasse-Lelyveld, Helle Serafia van (Dutch writer) b.1918 Haast, Sir John Francis Julius von (Ger.-born Brit. geologist) Haavelmo, Trygve (Norwegian economist) b.1911 Haavikko, Paavo (Finnish essayist, poet, writer, dramatist) b.1931 Haba, Alois (Czech composer) Habakkuk (Hebrew prophet) 7th? cent. BC Habeneck, Francois-Antoine (French conductor) Haber, Fritz (German chemist; brother-in-law of Karl Bosch) Haberl, Franz Xaver (German clergyman, musician) Haberlandt, Gottlieb (Austrian botanist) Haberlin, Paul (Swiss philosopher) Habermas, Jurgen (German philosopher) b.1929 Habibollah Khan (Amir of Afghanistan 1901-1919) Habington, William (English poet) Hacha, Emil (Czech jurist, politician) Hachette, Louis-Christophe-Francois (French editor, publisher) Hackenschmidt, George (Estonian wrestler) Hackert, Jacob Philipp (German painter)

The Harris, F. mss., 19191920, consist of three letters from author JohnGalsworthy, 1867-1933, to critic and novelist Frank Harris, 1856-1931.
The letters, al1 A.L.S., are in a blue cloth case, stamped in gold: Letters from John Galsworthy to Frank Harris / Presented to / Laurens J. Mills / By his Colleagues / March 19, 1959.

40. Accessible Erotica
Frank Harris (18561931) was a writer and editor and a friend of Oscar Wilde (Harrisactually warned Wilde to not pursue the libel suit against Queensberry
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written by Kestrell December 2003 This list offers a variety of forms and formats, from sex advice pages which specifically discuss sexuality and disability to etext and eBooks with erotic content (if you need more information about accessible eBooks, go to my accessible eBooks page or the Accessing Palm Reader eBooks guide. Sections of this guide include: Victorian Erotica Classical Erotica Contemporary Erotica Fetish and BDSM Erotica Dark Erotica and Erotic Horror Sexuality and Disability
Victorian Erotica
Though at times these stories read like overwrought schoolboy tales, full of unbelievable occurrences and unlikely characters, there is a thread of literate wit running through the stories. These books were written and producedoften in expensive luxurious leather coversfor the upper classes. Even the stories about the Victorians who published and purchased these books is fascinating. One such story is that told in the journals of Henry Hayler, pornographer to the aristocracy of Victorian London. . Hayler wrote his journal aboard ship while fleeing England after the authorities had raided his studio at 61 Pimlico (the title of a recently published biography about him. For some historical background regarding erotica, refer to Walter Kendrick's *The Secret Museum*, available through the

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