Albrecht, Jane. Irony and Theatricality in Tirso de Molina. Ottawa, Canada: Dovehouse Editions, 1994. This study of Tirso de Molina also examines the Spanish theater of his time. Includes bibliography and index.
Halkhoree, P. R. K. Social and Literary Satire in the Comedies of Tirso de Molina. Ottawa, Canada: Dovehouse Editions, 1989. This study examines the use of social satire in the comedies of Tirso de Molina. Includes bibliography.
Hesse, Everett Wesley. Tirso’s Art in “La venganza de Tamar”: Tragedy of Sex and Violence. York, S.C.: Spanish Literature Publishing, 1991. Provides a critical analysis of Tirso de Molina’s Tamar’s Revenge. Includes bibliography.
Hughes, Ann Nickerson. Religious Imagery in the Theater of Tirso de Molina. Macon, Ga.: Mercer, 1984. Hughes presents a study of Tirso de Molina’s plays in respect to his handling of religious imagery. Includes bibliography.
Levin, Leslie. Metaphors of Conversion in Seventeenth Century Spanish Drama. Rochester, N.Y.: Tamesis, 1999. This study of seventeenth century Spanish theater focuses on Tirso de Molina and Pedro Calderón de la Barca and the topic of conversion. Includes bibliography.
Sola-Solé, Josep M., and Geroge E. Gingras, eds. Tirso’s Don Juan: The Metamorphosis of a Theme. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 1988. This collection of papers from a symposium on Tirso de Molina held in Washington, D.C., in November, 1985, discusses the dramatist’s depiction of the Don Juan character in The Trickster of Seville. Includes bibliography.
Sullivan, Henry W., and Raúl A. Galoppe, eds. Tirso de Molina: His Originality Then and Now. Ottawa Hispanic Studies 20. Ottawa: Dovehouse Editions, 1996. A critical analysis and interpretation of Tirso de Molina’s works with reference to his originality. Bibliography.
Wilson, Margaret. Tirso de Molina. Boston: Twayne, 1977. A basic biography of Tirso de Molina that covers his life and works. Includes bibliography and index.