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Self, Will[iam Woodward](b. 1961). "The Principle" In 2033: The Future of Misbehavior. Interplanetary Dating, Madame President, Socialized Plastic Surgery, and Other Good News from the Future, Edited by Editors of Nerve.com Instigated by Svedka [a vodka], The. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books, 2007.
Meynard, Yves(b. 1964). "Principles of Animal Eugenetics" In Tomorrow. Vol. no. 20., 1996.
Davis, Andrew Jackson(1826-1910). The Principles of Nature, Her Divine Revelations, and A Voice to Mankind. In Three Parts. Part First. Any theory, hypothesis, philosophy, sect, creed, morality will bloom with an or institution that fears investigation, openly manifests its own error. Part Second. Reason is a flower of the spirit, and its fragrance is liberty and knowledge. Part Third. When distributive justice pervades the social world, virtue and morality will bloom with an immortal beauty; while the Sun of Righteousness will arise in the horizon of universal industry, and shed its genial rays over all the fields of peace, plenty, and human happiness!. New York: Published by S.S. Lyon and Wm. Fishbough, 1847.
Doctorow, Cory [Efram](b. 1971). "Printcrime" In Nature. Vol. 439.7073 ., 2006.
Western, Paul(b. 1963). Prison. [Milton Keynes, Eng.]: [Ptd. by Lightning Source UK Ltd.], 2007.
Dietz, William C[orey](b. 1945). Prison Planet. New York: Ace Books, 1989.
[Bounds], [Sydney J.](1920-2006). "Prison Planet" In Futuristic Science Stories. Vol. no. 3., 1950.
Disch, Thomas M[ichael](1940-2008). The Prisoner. New York: Ace Books, 1969.
Corpuz, John Philip. "Prisoner 2501" In Philippine Speculative Fiction, Edited by Alfar, Nikki and Osias, Kate. Vol. 6 Literature of the Fantastic. Np: Kestrel DDM, 2011.
Gold, Jerome(b. 1943). The Prisoner's Son: Homage to Anthony Burgess. Seattle, WA: Black Heron Press, 1996.
Private Letters from an American in England to his Friends in America. London: Ptd. for J. Almon, 1769.
Diaman, N[ikolas] A[nthony](b. 1936). Private Nation. San Francisco, CA: Persona Press, 1997.
Lane, Leigh M.. The Private Sector. San Antonio, TX: Eldritch Press, 2015.
Sieveking, Lance[lot de Giberne](1896-1972). A Private Volcano: A Modern Novel of Science and Imagination. London: Ward, Lock, 1955.
Bova, Ben[jamin William](1932-2020). Privateers. New York: Tor, 1985.
Caldwell, Clay. "Pro vs. Con" In Drummer. Vol. no. 154. New York: Badboy, 1992.
Smith, L[ester] Neil [III](1946-2021). The Probability Broach. New York: Ballantine Books, 1980.
Stebbing, W[illiam] ed. [written by](1832-1926). Probable Tales. London: Longmans, Green, 1899.
Breuer, Miles J[ohn] M.D.(1889-1947). "A Problem in Communication" In Astounding Stories of Super-Science (New York). Vol. 3.3 ., 1930.
Kelley, Francis Clement(1870-1948). Problem Island. Paterson, NJ: St. Anthony Guild Press, 1937.
Lease, Mary Elizabeth [Clyens](1850-1933). The Problem of Civilization Solved. Chicago, IL: Laird and Lee, 1895.
"Proceedings in a Female Parliament" In The Time Piece; and Literary Companion . Vol. 1.9., 1797.
[Goldsmith], [Oliver](1728-74). "The Proceedings of Providence vindicated. An Eastern Tale" In The Royal Magazine. Vol. 1., 1759.
Coutts, Tristam. The Prodigal City. London: Greening & Co., 1908.
Kalstein, Dave. Prodigy. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2006.

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