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De La Haye, Joan. “The Trial” In AfroSF: Science Fiction by African Writers, Edited by Hartmann, Ivor W.. [Zimbabwe]: StoryTime Press, 2012.
Lewin, Leonard C[ase](1916-99). Triage. New York: Dial Press, 1972.
[Larimer], [Tamela](b. 1968). Triage. Portland, OR: Indigo Hour Press, 2017.
Walling, William [Herbert](b. 1926). "Triage" In Analog Science Fiction--Science Fact. Vol. 96.11 ., 1976.
Finch, Sheila [Rosemary](b. 1935). Triad. New York: Bantam Books, 1986.
Gray, Alasdair [James](1934-2019). “The Trendelenburg Position” In Ten Tales Tall and True . Edinburgh, Scot: Canongate, 1993.
Rowe, Ken. The Trench and Beyond. London: Minerva, 2001.
D'Argenteuil, Paul [pseud.]. The Trembling of Borealis. New York/London: F. Tennyson Neely, 1899.
Jennings,, Isaac M.D.. The Tree of Life; or, Human Degeneracy: Its Nature and Remedy, as Based on the Elevating Principle of Orthopathy. In Two Parts. New York: Miller, Wood & Co. , 1867.
Vizenor, Gerald [Robert](b. 1934). Treaty Shirts: October 2034--A Familiar Treatise on the White Earth Nation. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2016.
Lalumière, Claude(b. 1966). “The Treaty of Empress Park” In 49th Parallels, Edited by Trenholm, Hayden(b. ca. 1955). [Ottawa, ON, Canada]: Bundoran Press, 2017.
[Stirrat], [David]. A Treatise on Political Economy: or the true principles of political economy in the form of a romaunt, for the more pleasing accommodation of readers; Explained in a series of letters to Aristippus, from Aristander, perceived in a deep vision. The subject is presumed to be considered upon strict philosophical, mathematical, and geometrical principles. Baltimore, MD: Ptd. for the editor, 1824.
[Salkeld], [John](1576-1660). A Treatise of Paradise. And the Principall contents thereof: Especially Of the greatnesse, situation, beautie, and other properties of that place: of the trees of life, good and euill; of the Serpent, Cherubim, fiery Sword, Mans creation, immortalitie, propagation, stature, age, knowledge, temptation, fall, and exclusion out of Paradise; and consequently of his and our originall sin: with many other difficulties touching these points. Collected out of the holy Scriptures, ancient Fathers, and other both ancient and moderne Writers. London: Ptd. by Edward Griffin, 1617.
Hoover, H[elen] M[ary](1935-2018). Treasures of Morrow. New York: Four Winds Press, 1976.
Kyle, Rebecca McFarland. "Treasures" In More Alternative Truths: Stories From the Resistance, Edited by Radford, Phyllis Irene(b. 1950), Kyle, Rebecca McFarland, Berger, Lou J and Brown, Bob. Benton City, WA: B Cubed Press, 2017.
Bisbee, Eugene Shade(1864-1933). The Treasure of the Ice: A Romance. New York: F. Tennyson Neely, 1898.
Leonhart,, Rudolph A.M.(b. 1832). The Treasure of Montezuma. Canton, OH: Cassidy, 1888.
Johnson, Mike(b. 1947). Travesty. Waimauku, Auckland, New Zealand: Titus Books, 2010.
[Landwirth], [Heinz Jakov](1927-2007). Travels to the Enu: Story of a Shipwreck. London: Eyre Methuen, 1982.
Barton, J[ames] L.M.. Travels of Young Candid and Doctor Pangloss to the Country of El-Dorado, Toward the End of the Eighteenth Century; Being a Continuation of Voltaire’s Candid. London: Ptd. D.N. Shury for J.F. Hughes, 1804.
[O'Neill], [Henry J.]. The Travels of John Wryland; being an account of His Journey to Tibet, of His Founding a Kingdom on the Island of Palti, and of His War Against the Ne-ar-Bians. London: International News Company, 1903.
The Travels of Hildebrand Bowman, Esquire, Into Carnovirria, Taupiniera, Olfactaria, and Auditante, in New-Zealand; in the Island of Bonhommica, and in the powerful Kingdom of Luxo-volupto, on the Great Southern Continent. Written by Himself; Who went on shore in the Adventure's large Cutter, at Queen Charlotte's Sound New Zealand, the fatal 17th of December 1773; and escaped being cut off, and devoured, with the rest of the Boat's crew, by happening to be a-shooting in the woods; where he was afterwards unfortunately left behind by the Adventure. London: Printed for W. Strahan; and T. Cadell, 1778.
“The Travels of Chan Ching Chong: An Autobiography” In The Straits Chinese Magazine (Singapore) . Vol. 2., 1898.
The Travels of an Adventurous Knight Through the Kingdom of Wonders. Giving A Particular Account of the Nature of the Country, as to their Customs of Burials, Marriages and Laws in general, with several delightful Stories that happened throughout his whole Travels; particularly the Vanity and Knavery of the Romish Priests; the Nature of their giving Absolution, and vending their Prayers according to the Price of the Infirm Person they attend; with a large Description of a Liliputian Battle. When Wonders cease this World is at a Stand. In Two Parts. London: Ptd. for S. Slow, 1731.
[Swift], [Jonathan](1667-1745). Travels into several Remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. Vol. 2 vols. London: Ptd. for Beng. Motte, 1726.

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