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Please note that in this category you will find any entry that fall into the definition of written work: short stories, novels, comic books, etc… Also, in the following list, titles preceded by asterisks ("*") were originaly produced in a language other than English. Translations, if they exist, might be known under a different name then the one between brackets ("[…]").


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Books apparently about flags, but not

James Blish: How Beautiful with Banners

James Blish (1921-1975) is a well known US-based science fiction author; his 1966 science fiction short story “How Beautiful with Banners” was originally published in Orbit 1. The text includes 5 occurrences of the word "banner" (excl. the title) and one of the word "flag" — all metaphorical, lacking any reference to actual vexillological objects.
António Martins, 24 Sep 2009

Ramón del Valle-Inclán: Tirano Banderas

This famous Spanish novel, litterally titled Tyrant Flags (the latter being a surname), has nothing to do with flags. (I actually bought a copy, lured by its apparent vexillological value!)
António Martins, 24 Sep 2009


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