Christopher Harris may refer to:
- Christopher Harris (American writer), fiction and fantasy writer
- Christopher Harris (died 1625), MP for Plymouth (UK Parliament constituency)
- Christopher Harris (MP) (1687–1718), MP 1709-1720 for Okehampton as successor to his father, William Harris (MP)
- Christopher Columbus Harris (1842–1935), United States Representative from Alabama
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Famous quotes containing the words harris and/or christopher:
“Shut up, and drink your gin!”
—Vernon Harris (c. 1910)
“Yet, when the walls of flesh grow weak,
In such an hour it may well be,
Through mist and darkness, light will break,
And each anointed sense will see.”
—Ernest Christopher Dowson (18671900)