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P Language and literature (Go to start of category)
PQ Literature: French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese (Go to start of category)
PQ6337 .A23 [Info] Anales Cervantinos (in Spanish) (partial serial archives)
PQ6353 .C3 [Info] La Filosofía del Derecho en el Quijote (Ensayos de Psicología Colectiva) (in Spanish; Girona, Spain: Tip. de Carreras y Mas, 1903), by Tomás Carreras y Artau (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PQ6353 .G47 1989 [Info] The Novel According to Cervantes (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989), by Stephen Gilman (HTML at UC Press)
PQ6353 .M367 1991 [Info] Cervantes and the Burlesque Sonnet (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991), by Adrienne Laskier Martin (HTML at UC Press)
PQ6353 .P72 2001 [Info] Adventures in Paradox: Don Quixote and the Western Tradition (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001), by Charles D. Presberg (PDF at PSU)
PQ6357 .A3 W68 1932 [Info] Cervantes' Women of Literary Tradition (New York: Instituto de las Españas en los Estados Unidos, 1932), by Sadie Edith Trachman (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ6367 .E2 R7 [Info] The Lay of the Cid, trans. by R. Selden Rose and Leonard Bacon
PQ6367 .E2 S7 [Info] The Chronicle of the Cid, trans. by Robert Southey, contrib. by Henry Morley (Gutenberg text)
PQ6367 .E2 S7 1846 [Info] The Chronicle of the Cid (first American edition; Lowell, MA: Daniel Bixby, 1846), trans. by Robert Southey (page images at Google)
PQ6398 .G3 C7 [Info] The Critick, by Baltasar Gracián y Morales, trans. by Paul Rycaut (HTML with commentary at
PQ6398 .G3 O7 [Info] The Art of Worldly Wisdom, by Baltasar Gracián y Morales, trans. by Joseph Jacobs (HTML with commentary at
PQ6401 .E5 [Info] Count Lucanor: or, The Fifty Pleasant Tales of Patronio (London: Gibbings and Company, 1899), by Infante of Castile Juan Manuel, trans. by James York (HTML with commentary at
PQ6408 .E5 [Info] The Life of Lazarillo of Tormes, trans. by Robert S. Rudder (Gutenberg text)
PQ6409 .M35 2003 [Info] At the Margins of the Renaissance: Lazarillo de Tormes and the Picaresque Art of Survival (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2003), by Giancarlo Maiorino (PDF at PSU)
PQ6412 .L92 R4 [Info] Repetición de Amores y Arte de Ajedrez (in Spanish; Salamanca: Leonardo Hutz y Lope Sanz, 1497), by Luis Ramírez de Lucena
PQ6420 .P7 1959 [Info] Diana Enamorada (1564), Together With the English Translation (1598) (with notes and glossary; in English and Spanish; Minneapolis: Burgess Pub. Co., 1959), by Gaspar Gil Polo, ed. by Raymond L. Grismer and Mildred B. Grismer, trans. by Bartholomew Yong (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ6423 .E55 1697 [Info] Fortune in Her Wits: or, The Hour of All Men (London: Printed for R. Sare et al., 1697), by Francisco de Quevedo, trans. by John Stevens (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ6424 .Z5 G424 2011 [Info] Transcending Textuality: Quevedo and Political Authority in the Age of Print (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, c2011), by Ariadna García-Bryce (PDF at PSU)
PQ6425 .Q3 D6 [Info] El Doctor y el Enfermo: Entremés Famoso (in Spanish; ca. 1907), by Luis Quiñones de Benavente (page images at HathiTrust)
PQ6427 .E56 1631 [Info] The Spanish Bawd, Represented in Celestina (London: J. Beale, 1631), by Fernando de Rojas, trans. by James Mabbe (HTML at EEBO TCP)
PQ6427 .E56 1894 [Info] Celestina: or The Tragicke-Comedy of Calisto and Melibea (London: D. Nutt, 1894), by Fernando de Rojas, ed. by James Fitzmaurice-Kelly, trans. by James Mabbe (multiple formats at
PQ6427 .E56 1908 [Info] Celestina: or The Tragi-comedy of Calisto and Melibea; Also, An Interlude of Calisto and Melebea (London: Routledge, ca. 1908), by Fernando de Rojas, ed. by H. Warner Allen, trans. by James Mabbe (multiple formats at
PQ6428 .C2894 2000 [Info] Fernando de Rojas and the Renaissance Vision: Phantasm, Melancholy, and Didacticism in Celestina (University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2000), by Ricardo Castells (PDF at PSU)
PQ6437 .T7 [Info] The Spanish Mandevile of Miracles: or, The Garden of Curious Flowers, Wherin Are Handled Sundry Points of Humanity, Philosophy, Divinitie, and Geography, Beautified With Many Strange and Pleasant Histories (London: Printed by I. R. for E. Matts, 1600), by Antonio de Torquemada, contrib. by Ferdinand Walker (HTML at EEBO TCP)
PQ6439 .P67 1955 [Info] El Príncipe Despeñado: A Critical and Annotated Edition of the Autograph Manuscript (Indiana University Publications, Humanities Series #33, with transcription in Spanish and commentary in English; Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1955), by Lope de Vega, ed. by Henry W. Hoge (page images at HathiTrust)

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