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For the eleventh movie in the Star Trek franchise, please see Star Trek (film).

Star Trek 11 (later reprinted as Day of the Dove) is a collection of short story adaptations of six Star Trek: The Original Series episodes, written by James Blish. Published by Bantam Books, it was first released in April 1975.

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From the book jacket
On the Enterprise's latest mission an alien presence of unsurpassed beauty invades the Starship; an eighteenth-century squire entertains the crew on an uncharted planet; Kirk declares war on the Klingons; and more!

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Contents Edit

Blish discusses the Star Trek Welcommittee, his future plans in Star Trek publishing, and how he arranges story adaptations.
"What Are Little Girls Made Of?"
A 28-page adaptation of "What Are Little Girls Made Of?"
"The Squire of Gothos"
A 30-page adaptation of "The Squire of Gothos"
"Wink of an Eye"
A 27-page adaptation of "Wink of an Eye"
"Bread and Circuses"
A 33-page adaptation of "Bread and Circuses"
"Day of the Dove"
A 27 page-adaptation of "Day of the Dove"
"Plato's Stepchildren"
A 28-page adaptation of "Plato's Stepchildren"

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