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General Information:
Full Name: Mark Harris
Biography:
(1922-2007) Novelist, biographer. Mark Harris was born in Mount Vernon, New York, and died in Santa Barbara, California. He was known for his novels about a mythical baseball player.
Author's Timeline:
1922 Westchester County
Mark Harris Finkelstein was born in Mount Vernon, New York, on November 19, 1922. 
1945 Westchester County
Mr. Harris worked for a newspaper in Port Chester, New York. 
2007 (Unknown) County
Mark Harris died at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, California, on May 30, 2007. 
1953 (Unknown) County
The Southpaw
(Pub: Bobbs-Merrill ISBN: )
Novel. 
1956 (Unknown) County
Bang The Drum Slowly
(Pub: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. ISBN: 0394416007 / 978-0394416007)
Novel. 
1957 (Unknown) County
A Ticket for a Seamstitch
(Pub: Alfred A. Knopf ISBN: 1299581587 / 978-1299581586)
Novel. 
1979 (Unknown) County
It Looked Like For Ever
(Pub: McGraw-Hill ISBN: 0070267200 / 978-0070267206)
Novel. 
1964 (Unknown) County
Mark the Glove Boy, or the Last Days of Richard Nixon
(Pub: The Macmillan Company, New York ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1976 (Unknown) County
Best Father Ever Invented
(Pub: Dial Press ISBN: )
Autobiography. 
1980 (Unknown) County
Saul Bellow: Drumlin Woodchuck
(Pub: University of Georgia Press ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1957 (Unknown) County
Something About A Soldier
(Pub: Macmillan Company ISBN: )
Novel. 
1959 (Unknown) County
Wake Up, Stupid
(Pub: Knopf ISBN: )
Novel. 
1994 (Unknown) County
Diamond
(Pub: Dutton Adult ISBN: 1556113986 / 978-1556113987)
Collection of baseball essays. 
1946 (Unknown) County
Trumpet to the World
(Pub: Reynal & Hitchcock ISBN: )
Novel. 
2007 (Unknown) County
Mark Harris's remains were cremated. 
1940 Westchester County
Mr. Harris graduated from Mount Vernon High school in 1940. 

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