Frank Harris

Frank Harris

Frank Harris
1856 -1931

Frank Harris Biography

Frank Harris (1856-1931) was an Irish-American writer, journalist, and publisher. He was born in County Galway, Ireland, and immigrated to the United States in 1869. Harris began his career as a journalist, working for several newspapers and magazines, including the New York World and the New York Evening Journal. In 1894, he moved to London and began working as an editor for the Saturday Review and the Fortnightly Review. He also published several novels, including "The Bomb," "The Man Shakespeare," and "The Woman I Love."

Harris was known for his controversial and scandalous writing, often writing about sexuality and relationships. He also had a reputation as a womanizer and was known for his many relationships with prominent women, including actress Sarah Bernhardt and writer Oscar Wilde.

In addition to his writing and editing, Harris also ran his own publishing company and was involved in several political and social causes, including the Irish independence movement. He died in London in 1931.

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