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[Harris], [Merril](b. 1942). Daughters of Khaton. Denver, CO: Lace Publications, 1987.
[Herren], [Donna], and [Bridges], [Bree]. Deal with the Devil. A Mercenary Librarians Novel. New York: Tor, 2020.
[Holden], [Elizabeth Rhoda Wintle](1943-2013). Dream-Weaver. New York: Clarion Books, 1996.
[Holden], [Elizabeth Rhoda Wintle](1943-2013). The Disinherited. London: The Bodley Head Children's Books, 1994.
[Hubbard], [Elbert](1856-1915). "A Dream and a Prophecy" In So Here Then Are the Preachments Entitled the City of Tagaste, and A Dream and A Prophecy, Edited by Robarge, Harriet. Vol. 940 copy ed. East Aurora, NY: The Roycrofters at the Roycroft Shop, 1900.
[Hunter], [John Mark S.]. A Dream of the Days to Be. Oxford, Eng.: F.H. Plummer, 1887.
[Irwin], [Henry Crossley]. A Derelict Empire. Edinburgh, Scot.: William Blackwood and Sons, 1912.
[Jacob], [Piers Anthony Dillingham](b. 1934), and Fuentes, Roberto(b. 1934). Dead Morn. Houston, TX: Tafford Publishing Co, 1990.
[Kelly], [Edmond](1851-1909). The Demetrian. New York: Brentano's, 1907.
[Killigrew], [Thomas](1657-1719). "A Description of New Athens in Terra Australis incognita." By One who resided many years on the Spot. [Signed] Maurice Williams. [The title page gives the title as "The Fortunate Shipwreck, or a Description of New Athens, being an Account of the Laws, Manners, Religion, and Customs of that Country; by Morris Williams, Gent. [pseud.] who resided there above Twenty Years" In Miscellanea Aurea: or the Golden Medley, Edited by Williams, Maurice. London: Ptd. for A. Bettesworth and J. Pemberton, 1720.
[King], [William](1685-1763). The Dreamer. London: Ptd. for W. Owen, 1754.
[Lewis], [Clive] [Staples](1898-1963). Dymer. London: John Dent, 1926.
[Lister], [Thomas Henry](1800-42). "A Dialogue for the Year 2130, Extracted from the Album of a Modern Sibyl" In The Keepsake for MDCCCXXX, Edited by Reynolds, Frederic Mansel. London: Pub. For the Proprietor, by Hurst, Chance, and Co., 1830.
[Lotz], [Sarah](b. 1971), and [Lotz], [Savannah]. Dead Lands. A Deadlands Novel. Cape Town, SA: : Penguin Books (South Africa), 2011.
[Macnie], [John](1836-1909). The Diothas; or, A Far Look Ahead. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1883.
[Mills], [Elliott E.](1881-1956). The Decline and Fall of the British Empire. A brief account of those cases which resulted in the destruction of our late Ally, together with a comparison between the British and Roman Empires. Appointed for use in the National Schools of Japan--Tokio, 2005--. Oxford, Eng./London: Alden & Co., Ltd., Bocardo Press/Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co, Ltd., 1905.
[Murry], [John Middleton] [Jr.](1926-2002). A Dream of Kinship. London: Victor Gollancz, 1981.
[Orpen], [Adela Elizabeth](1855-1928). The Downfall of Grabbum: An Ulster Fable. Belfast, Northern Ireland: R. Carswell & Son, 1912.
[Pendergast], [J. Stephen](b. 1960). “Dogman relates the parable of context” In Nature., 2022.
[Penny], [Mrs.] [Anne Judith](1825?-93). A Dream of The Day that must come. London: Wertheim, Macintosh, and Hunt, 1859.
[Petersilea], [Carlyle](1844-1903). The Discovered Country. Boston, MA: Ernst von Himmel Publishing Company, 1889.
[Petzler], [John Aloys](1814?-1898). The Democratic Charter of the Future; or, Outlines of Progressive Reforms, in Government, Social Economy, Labour-Arrangement, Education, Law, Police, Military, Poor-Relief, Etc.. London: E. Truelove, 1870.
[Phillifent], [John Thomas](1916-76). "The Divided House" In New Writings in S-F , Edited by Carnell, [Edward] John(1912-72). Vol. 13. London: Dennis Dobson, 1968.
[Plattes], [Gabriel](d. 1644). A Description of the famous Kingdome of Macaria; shewing its excellent Government: Wherein The Inhabitants live in great Prosperity, Health, and Happinesse; the King obeyed, the Nobles honoured; and all good men respected, Vice punished, and Vertue rewarded. An Example to other Nations: In a Dialogue between a Schollar and a Traveller. London: Ptd. for Francis Constable, 1641.
[Rosewater], [Frank](1856-1934). Doomed. A Startling Message to the People of Our Day, interwoven in an Antediluvian Romance of Two Old Worlds and Two Young Lovers, by Queen Metel and Prince Loab of Atlo, Re-incarnated in its Editors, Marian and Franklin Mayoe. By the Atlon Calendar, the Year 14,909; by Our Calendar the Year 1920. New York: Frank Rosewater, Publisher, 1920.

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