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Wilson,, F. A. K.L.H., G.S., and Richards, Alfred B[ate] Esq.(1820-76). Britain Redeemed and Canada Preserved. London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1850.
Millard, Glenda. Bringing Reuben Home. Sydney, NSW, Australia: ABC Books for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2004.
Bao, Alan. “Bringing Down the Sky” In Clarkesworld., 2018.
Hossain, Saad Z.(b. 1979). “Bring Your Own Spoon” In The Djinn Falls in Love & Other Stories, Edited by Murad, Mahvesh and Shurin, Jared. Oxford, Eng.: Solaris/Rebellion Publishing, 2017.
Moore, [Joseph] Ward(1903-78). "Bring the Jubilee" In The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction . Vol. 3.7 ., 1952.
Dawson, Robert. . “The Brighter World” In Little Blue Marble ., 2023.
Sallis, James(b. 1944). “Bright Sarasota Where the Circus Lies Dying” In Welcome to Dystopia: Forty-five Visions of What Lies Ahead. New York: O/R Books, 2018.
Mead, Harold [Charles Hugh](1910-1997). The Bright Phoenix. London: Michael Joseph, 1955.
Williamson, Jack [John Stewart](1908-2006). Bright New Universe. New York: Ace Books, 1967.
Neville, Derek(1911-76). Bright Morrow. London: John Crowther, 1947.
Aspinwall, William(fl. 1630-57). A Briefe Description of the Fifth Monarchy, or Kingdome, That shortly is to come into the World. That Monarch, Subjects, Officers, and Lawes thereof, and the surpassing Glory, Amplitude, Unity, and Peace of that Kingdome. When the Kingdome and Dominion, and the greatnesse of the Kingdome under the whole Heaven shall be given to the people, the Saints of the Most high, whose Kingdome is an everlasting Kingdome, and all Soveraignes shall serve and obey him. And in the Conclusion there is added a Prognostick of the time when this fifth Kingdome shall begin. London: Ptd. for M. Simmons, 1653.
Manning, David. A Brief History of the Recent Future: A Dystopian Fantasy. Np: dhm imPRESSions. LuLu.com, 2009.
[Morgan], [Joseph](1671-ca. 1749). Brief History of the Country of Humanity: Giving an Account of the First Settlement of that Country under My Lord Love God, the First Governour under the King. Its being taken by an Army of Intruders, thro' the Treachery of Mr. Love Self, who usurped the Government. The Devastations made in the Country by the Intruders. The Opposition made against them by Capt. Prudence. The re-taking of the Country by Gen. Gospel. And the Wars in the Country during those Times. Boston, N[ew] E[ngland]: Ptd. by Samuel Gerrish, 1728.
[Walker], [John Brisben?](1847-1931). "A Brief History of Altruria. Narrative of Sir Robert Horton" In The Cosmopolitan: A Monthly Illustrated Magazine . Vol. 20.2-5., 1895.
Saunders, George(b. 1958). The Brief and Frightening Reign of Phil. New York: Riverhead Books, 2005.
Charnock, Anne(b. 1954). Bridge 108. Seattle, WA: 47North, 2020.
Higgins, Jane. The Bridge. Melbourne, Vic, Australia: Text Publishing, 2011.
Mano, D. Keith(b. 1942). The Bridge. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1973.
Davis, Emry. The Bride of Christ. A Message from Jerusalem to the True and Faithful Subjects of Jesus Christ throughout the World. Jerusalem: The Palestine Press, 1923.
[Hale], [Edward Everett](1822-1909). "The Brick Moon. From the Papers of Captain Frederic Ingham" In Atlantic Monthly (Boston, MA). Vol. 24.144 - 46, 25.148., 1869.
Stutfield, Hugh E[dward] M[illington] F.R.G.S.(1858-1929). The Brethren of Mt. Atlas: Being the First Part of an African Theosophical Story. London: Longmans, Green, & Co, 1891.
Knight, Bernard(b. 1931). Brennan. London: Robert Hale, 2003.
Lambert, Matthew. “The Breathing Engine” In Bikes in Space [Cover adds a feminist science fiction anthology], Edited by Blue, Elly. Vol. Vol. 10 of Taking the Lane. Portland, OR: Elly Blue Publishing, 2013.
Crossan, Sarah(b. 1981). Breathe. New York: Greenwillow Books/HarperCollins, 2012.
Monteleone, Thomas F[rancis](b. 1946). “Breath’s a Ware That Will Not Keep” In Dystopian Visions, Edited by Elwood, Roger [Paul](1943-2007). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc, 1975.

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