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This is a list of unpublished books by notable people, alphabetized by author. These notable people may be published authors, but not necessarily.
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List of unpublished musical compositions
This is a list of notable unpublished works for which an original manuscript or copy is known to exist but for various reasons unpublished, unrecorded, or inaccessible to the public. Usually the manuscript is in the possession of a private owner who is unwilling to share it for viewing, copying, or recording.
Sri Lanka's Killing Fields: War Crimes Unpunished
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Verses Dedicatory: 18 Previously Unpublished Poems