Cobb, Carl W. Antonio Machado. New York: Twayne, 1971. An introductory biography and critical study of Machado by an expert in Spanish poets and the translation of Spanish poetry into English. Includes a bibliography of Machado’s work.
Hutman, Norma Louise. Machado: A Dialogue with Time, Nature as an Expression of Temporality in the Poetry of Antonio Machado. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1969. A critical analysis of selected poems by Machado. Includes a bibliography of Machado’s poetry.
Krogh, Kevin. The Landscape Poetry of Antonio Machado: A Dialogical Study of “Campos de Castilla.” Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 2001. Krogh analyzes Machado’s description of the countryside of Castile, Spain. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Ribbans, Geoffrey. Antonio Machado, 1875-1939: Poetry and Integrity. London: Hispanic and Luso Brazilian Council, 1975. A transcription of a lecture dealing with Machado’s life and poetry. Ribbans has written extensively on various figures in Spanish literature and has edited collections of Machado’s poetry.
Romero Ferrer, Antonio. Los hermanos Machado y el teatro, 1926-1932. Seville, Spain: Diputación de Sevilla, 1996. Criticism and interpretation of the Machado plays. In Spanish.
Round, Nicholas Grenville. Poetry and Otherness in Hardy and Machado. London: Queen Mary and Westfield College, 1993. A critical study comparing the poetic works of Thomas Hardy and Antonio Machado. Includes bibliographical references.
Walters, D. Gareth. Estelas en el mar: Essays on the Poetry of Antonio Machado. London: Grant and Cutler, 1992. This collection of essays from the Glasgow Colloquium focuses on technical aspects of specific poems. Studies such as “Questioning the Rules: Concepts of Deviance and Conformism in Campos de Castilla,” by Robin Warner, reevaluate the works’ meanings in their historical contexts. Other studies analyzing neo-mysticism, the nostalgic vision of Canciones a Guiomar, and the poetry of cultural memory offer fresh approaches to contemporary classics.
Whiston, James. Antonio Machado’s Writings and the Spanish Civil War. Liverpool, England: Liverpool University Press, 1996. A study of the influence on Machado’s writing of Spanish Civil War propaganda and the resulting schism between the poet and his brother.
Young, Howard Thomas. The Victorious Expression: A Study of Four Contemporary Spanish Poets, Miguel de Unamuno, Antonio Machado, Juan Ramón Jiménez, Federico García Lorca. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1964. An introductory critical study of four Spanish poets. Includes bibliographical references.