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[Armour], [Robert Coutts](1874-1958?). "The Limit" In Red Magazine (London) . Vol. 34.204., 1917.
[Barnett], [Paul le Page](1949-2020). Leaving Fortusa: A Novel in Ten Episodes. Winnetka, CA: Norilana Books, 2008.
[Boodle], [Adelaide Ann]. "London Utopia: Democracy in Disarray". Birmingham, Eng.: MS. University of Missouri-St. Louis, 1934.
[Brown], [John Macmillan](1846-1935). Limanora. The Island of Progress. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1903.
[Burg], [Swan]. The Light of Eden or A Historical Narrative of the Barbarian Age. A Scientific Discovery. Seattle, WA: S. Burg, 1896.
[Caplin], [Alfred Gerald](1909-79. The Life and Times of the Shmoo. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1948.
[Cove], [Joseph Walter](b. 1891). Late Final. London: J.M. Dent, 1951.
[Crossen], [Kendall Foster](1910-81). "Love Story" In Future Tense: New and Old Tales of Science Fiction, Edited by Crossen, Kendall Foster(1910-81). New York/Toronto, ON, Canada: Greenberg/Ambassador Books, 1952.
[Cuffe],, [William Ulick O’Connor] The Earl of Desart(1845-1937). “A Lady and the Lords” In Love and Pride on an Iceberg and Other Tales . London: Swan Sonnenschein, Lowrey & Co., 1887.
[Defoe], [Daniel](1660-1731). The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, Mariner: Who lived eight and twenty Years all alone in an un-inhabited Island on the Coast of America, near the Mouth of the Great River of Oroonoque; Having been cast on Shore by Shipwreck, where-in all the Men perished but himself. With An Account of how he was at last strangely deliver'd by Pyrates. Written by Himself. London: Ptd. for W. Taylor, 1719.
[Fairburn], [Edwin](1827-1911). "A Little of the Future of the North of Auckland" In Prologue Written in 1884. Auckland, New Zealand: H. Brett, General Steam Print, 1884.
[Fischer], [David Graham]. Latin Blood. Hollywood, CA: Authors Pub. Corp, 1925.
[Gardner], [Jerome](b. 1932). Lifeline. London: Robert Hale, 1976.
[Geisel], [Theodor Seuss](1904-91). The Lorax. New York: Random House, 1971.
[Gilbert], [Garvin Robert](b. 1917). "The Last Heterosexual" In By the Light of the Moon. Christchurch, New Zealand: dean farran printproductions, 1992.
[Harris], [John Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon](1903-69). "The Living Lies" In New Worlds: A Science Fiction Magazine of the Future. Vol. no. 2., 1946.
[Hyslop], [Theophilus Bulkeley] [M.D.](1863-1933). Laputa Revisited by Gulliver Redivivus in 1905 In 1905. London: Hirschfeld Brothers, 1905.
[Jenkins], [William Fitzgerald](1896-1975). The Last Space Ship. New York: Frederick Fell, 1949.
[Jones], [George Chetwynd Griffith](1857-1906). "The Lake of Gold: A Narrative of the Anglo-American Conquest of Europe" In Argosy . Vol. 41.1 - 42.4., 1902.
[Joyce], [Alexander](1840/41-1927). Land Ho!! A Conversation of 1933, on the results of the adoption of the system of "Nationalizing the Land of New Zealand," adopted in 1883. Lyttelton, New Zealand: F.L. Davis, 1881.
[King], [Stephen Edwin](b. 1947). The Long Walk. New York: Signet, 1979.
[Krueger], [Margery(known as Marj) A.](1941-2006). Leviathan's Deep. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1979.
[Lach-Szyrma], [Wladjslaw Somerville](1841-1915). "Letters from the Planets" In Cassell's Family Magazine . Vol. 13 ., 1887.
[Lloyd], [David]. The Legend of Captaine Iones. Relating His adventure to Sea: His first landing and combate with a mighty Bear. His furious battell with his sixe and thirty men against the Army of eleven Kings, with their overthrow and deaths. His relieving of Kemper Castle. His strange and admirable Sea-fight with sixe huge Gallies of Spain, and nine thousand Souldiers. His taking prisoner, and hard usage. Lastly His setting at liberty by the King's command, and return for England.. London: Ptd. by M.F. for Richard Marriot, 1648.
[Longley], [Mary Theresa](1853-1928). Life and Labor in the Spirit World. Being a Description of the Localities, Employments, Surroundings, and Conditions in the Spheres. By Members of the Spirit-Band of Miss M. T. Shelhamer, Medium of the Banner of Light Public Free Circle. Boston, MA: Colby and Rich, 1884.

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