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Barnwell, Stephen. "Nadiria"., 1999.
Burroughs, William S[eward](1914-97). The Naked Lunch. Paris: Olympia Press, 1959.
Asimov, Isaac (1920-92). “The Naked Sun” In Astounding Science Fiction . Vol. 58. 2 - 4 ., 1956.
Bowes, Richard [Diranne](b. 1944). “The Name Unspoken” In Welcome to Dystopia: Forty-five Visions of What Lies Ahead, Edited by Van Gelder, Gordon (b. 1966). New York: O/R Books, 2018.
Chesterton, G[ilbert] K[eith](1874-1936). The Napoleon of Notting Hill. London: John Lane: The Bodley Head, 1904.
Melville, Herman (1819-1891). Narrative of a Four Month's Residence Among the Natives of a Valley of the Marquesas Islands; or, A Peep at Polynesian Life. London: John Murray, 1846.
Sutherland, James [Runciman](1900-96). The Narrative of Jasper Weeple: Being an Account of His Strange Journey to the Land of Midanglia and of all that happened to him in that country. London: Eric Partridge, 1930.
Morris, Ralph. A Narrative of the Life and Astonishing Adventures of John Daniel, A Smith at Royston in Hertfordshire, For a Course of seventy years. Containing, The melancholy Occasion of his Travels. His Shipwreck with one Companion on a desolate Island. Their way of Life. His accidental discovery of a Woman for his Companion. Their peopling the Island. Also, A Description of a most surprising Engine, invented by his Son Jacob, on which he flew to the Moon, with some Account of its Inhabitants. His return, and accidental Fall into the Habitation of a Sea Monster, with whom he lived two Years. His further Excursions in Search of England. His Residence in Lapland, and Travels to Norway, from whence he arrived at Aldborough, and further Transactions till his death, in 1711. Aged 97. Illustrated with several Copper Plates, Engraved by Mr. BOITARD. Taken from his own Mouth, By Mr. RALPH MORRIS. London: Ptd. for M. Cooper, 1751.
[Field], [Benjamin F.](1806-87). A Narrative of the Travels and Adventures of Paul Aermont Among the Planets. Boston, MA: Rand, Avery, 1873.
Tully, John [Kimberley](b. 1923). Natfact 7. London: Methuen Children's Books, 1984.
Cade, Octavia. “Nation Building and Baptism” In Capricious. Vol. no. 10., 2018.
Burke, Robert John. A Nation of Ruins. [Scotts Valley, CA]: [CreateSpace], 2011.
Huckel, Rev. Oliver (1864-1940). “The Nation That Shall Be” In The New Nation. Vol. 1.43., 1891.
Buckingham, James S[ilk](1786-1855). National Evils and Practical Remedies, with the Plan of a Model Town. Illustrated by Two Engravings. Accompanied by an Examination of Some Important Moral and Political Problems. London: Peter Jackson, Late Fisher, Son and Co, 1849.
Pearson, Charles H[enry](1830-94). National Life and Character. A Forecast. London: Macmillan, 1893.
Spinrad, Norman [Richard](b. 1940). "The National Pastime." In Nova , Edited by Harrison, Harry [Max](1925-2012). Vol. 3. New York: Walker, 1973.
Griffin, Crawford S.. Nationalism. Boston, MA: C.S. Griffin, 1889.
Claflin, Sumner F[ranklin] Esq.(b. 1862). Nationalism. Or a System of Organic Unity, Individual Equality and Industrial Association, In Place of Our Present State of International [overstamped on cover Industrial] War and Wasting Competition. Manchester, NH: Pub. by the Author, 1891.
Boone, Jack W.. The Nation's Party Concept: A Political Alternative. Marietta, GA: Grafco Productions, 1993.
Sheckley, Robert (1928-2005). "The Native Problem" In Galaxy Science Fiction. Vol. 13.2., 1956.
[Dimenstein], [Catherine Jean Wells](b. 1952). "Native Seeds" In Analog Science Fiction and Fact . Vol. 137.11&12., 2017.
Overmyer, Eric [Ellis](b. 1951). Native Speech. New York: Broadway Play Publishing, 1984.
Elgin, [Patricia Anne] Suzette [Wilkins](1936-2015). Native Tongue. New York: DAW Books, 1984.
Elgin, [Patricia Anne] Suzette [Wilkins](1936-2015). Native Tongue II: The Judas Rose. New York: DAW Books, 1987.
Elgin, [Patricia Anne] Suzette [Wilkins](1936-2015). Native Tongue III: Earthsong. New York: DAW Books, 1994.

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