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Full Name: David Markson
(1927-2010) Novelist. David Markson was born in Albany, New York, and died in Manhattan, New York. He was an experimental novelist.
Author's Timeline:
1927 Albany County
David Merrill Markson was born in Albany, New York, on December 20, 1927. 
2010 New York County
David Markson died in his Greenwich Village apartment in Manhattan, New York, on June 4, 2010. 
1977 (Unknown) County
Springer's Progress
(Pub: Holt, Rinehart and Winston ISBN: 0030203414 / 978-0030203411)
1988 (Unknown) County
Wittgenstein's Mistress
(Pub: Dalkey Archive Press ISBN: 0916583252 / 978-0916583255)
2001 (Unknown) County
This Is Not A Novel
(Pub: Counterpoint Press ISBN: 1582431337 / 978-1582431338)
2004 (Unknown) County
Vanishing Point
(Pub: Shoemaker & Hoard ISBN: 1593760108 / 978-1593760106)
1959 (Unknown) County
Epitaph For A Tramp
(Pub: Dell ISBN: )
Crime novel. 
1961 New York County
Epitaph For A Dead Beat
(Pub: Dell ISBN: )
Crime novel. 
1965 (Unknown) County
The Ballad Of Dingus Magee
(Pub: Bobbs-Merrill ISBN: 0147015480 / 978-0147015488)
Novel. A western spoof that was made into a movie, "Dirty Dingus Magee." 
1950 Schenectady County
Mr. Markson graduated from Union College in Schenectady, New York, in 1950. 
1952 New York County
Mr. Markson received his master's degree from Columbia University in Manhattan, New York, in 1952. 
2007 (Unknown) County
The Last Novel
(Pub: Counterpoint ISBN: 1593761430 / 978-1593761431)
1965 (Unknown) County
Miss Doll, Go Home
(Pub: Dell ISBN: )
Crime novel. 
1970 (Unknown) County
Going Down
(Pub: Holt Rinehart Winston ISBN: 0030842816 / 978-0030842818)
1993 (Unknown) County
Collected Poems
(Pub: Dalkey Archive Press ISBN: 1564780333 / 978-1564780331)
Collection of poetry. 
1996 (Unknown) County
Reader’s Block
(Pub: Dalkey Archive Press ISBN: 1564781321 / 978-1564781321)
2010 (Unknown) County
Mr. Markson's remains were cremated, ashes given to family or friend.  

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