See also Literature and Spanish Culture.
Samuel Amell. The Contemporary Spanish Novel: An Annotated, Critical Bibliography, 1936-1994. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1996. 273pp.
Shifra Armon. Picking Wedlock: Women and the Courtship Novel in Spain. Rowman & Littlefield. 2002. 231pp.
Candice L. Bosse. Becoming and Consumption: The Contemporary Spanish Novel. Lexington Books. 2007. 257pp.
Pedro F. Campa. Emblemata Hispanica: An Annotated Bibliography of Spanish Emblem Literature to the Year 1700. Duke University Press. 1990. 248pp. Emblem books.
Jennifer M. Corry. Perceptions of Magic in Medieval Spanish Literature. Lehigh University Press. 2005. 258pp.
R. Merritt Cox. Eighteenth-Century Spanish Literature. Twayne. 1979. 161pp.
Elizabeth B. Davis. Myth and Identity in the Epic of Imperial Spain. University of Missouri Press. 2000. 244pp.
Peter N. Dunn. The Spanish Picaresque Novel. Twayne. 1979. 166pp.
Peter William Evans (editor). Conflicts of Discours: Spanish Literature in the Golden Age. Manchester University Press. 1990. 201pp.
James Fitzmaurice-Kelly. A History of Spanish Literature. New York and London: D. Appleton and Company. 1912. 423pp.
Edward H. Friedman. Cervantes in the Middle: Realism and Reality in the Spanish Novel from Lazarillo de Tormes to Niebla. Juan de la Cuesta. 2006. 327pp.
Donald Gilbert-Santamaria. Writers on the Market: Consuming Literature in Early Seventeenth-Century Spain. Bucknell University Press. 2005. 271pp.
Andrew Ginger. Political Revolution and Literary Experiment in the Spanish Romantic Period (1830-1850). Edwin Mellen Press. 1999. 406pp.
Kathleen M. Glenn; Mercedes Mazquiarán de Rodríguez (editor). Spanish Women Writers and the Essay: Gender, Politics, and the Self. University of Missouri Press. 1998. 294p.
Kristine Ibsen. Women's Spiritual Autobiography in Colonial Spanish America. University Press of Florida. 1999. 202pp.
Paul Ilie. The Surrealist Mode in Spanish Literature: An Interpretation of Basic Trends from Post-Romanticism to the Spanish Vanguard. University of Michigan Press. 1968. 242pp.
Roberta Johnson. Gender and Nation in the Spanish Modernist Novel. Vanderbilt University Press. 2003. 349pp.
Roberta Johnson. Crossfire: Philosophy and the Novel in Spain, 1900-1934. University Press of Kentucky. 1993. 234pp.
Margaret E. W. Jones. The Contemporary Spanish Novel, 1939-1975. Twayne. 1985. 159pp.
Ricardo Landeira. The Modern Spanish Novel, 1898-1936. Twayne. 1985. 163pp.
T. E. May. Wit of the Golden Age: Articles on Spanish Literature. Edition Reichenberger. 1986. 290pp.
Ernest Mérimée. Translated by S. Griswold Morley. A History of Spanish Literature. New York: Henry Holt and Company. 1930. 635pp.
Wilma Newberry. The Pirandellian Mode in Spanish Literature from Cervantes to Sastre. SUNY Press. 1973. 227pp.
Maxim Newmark. Dictionary of Spanish Literature. New York: Philosophical Library. 1956. 352pp.
Janet Pérez; Maureen Ihrie (editor). The Feminist Encyclopedia of Spanish Literature. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2002. (2 vols.) 736pp.
Janet Pérez. Contemporary Women Writers of Spain. Twayne. 1988. 226pp.
Elizabeth A. Scarlett. Under Construction: The Body in Spanish Novels. University of Virginia Press. 1994. 232pp.
Sandra J. Schumm. Reflection in Sequence: Novels by Spanish Women, 1944-1988. Bucknell University Press. 1999. 222pp.
Ronald Schwartz. Spain's New Wave Novelists, 1950-1974: Studies in Spanish Realism. Scarecrow Press. 1976. 417pp.
Philip W. Silver. Ruin and Restitution: Reinterpreting Romanticism in Spain. Vanderbilt University Press. 1997. 175pp.
Paul Julian Smith. Writing in the Margin: Spanish Literature of the Golden Age. Clarendon Press. 1988. 219pp.
Teresa Scott Soufas. Melancholy and the Secular Mind in Spanish Golden Age Literature. University of Missouri Press. 1990. 186pp.
Philip Ward (editor). The Oxford Companion to Spanish Literature. Clarendon Press. 1978. 629pp.
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