See also: Don Juan, the Beguiler from Seville and the Stone Guest, Don Juan of Seville, The Joker of Seville, The Love-Rogue, The Trickster of Seville, The Trickster of Seville and His Guest of Stone, & The Trickster of Seville and the Stone Guest


Tirso de Molina (1571?-1648)
The Playboy of Seville/El burlador de Sevilla
1971 Three Classic Don Juan Plays.
Edited with an introd., by Oscar Mandel.
Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press [1971].
     * The Playboy of Seville; or, Supper with a statue, by T. de Molina.
     * Don John; or, The Libertine, by Molière.
     * The Punished Libertine; or, Don Giovanni, by L. Da Ponte.
ISN/STD # 0803257392.
LCCN 73149071 //r873.
CALL # PN6120.D7 M34 1971.

1964 Eight Spanish Plays of the Golden Age.
Translated, edited, and with an introd., by Walter Starkie.
New York, Modern Library [1964] .
Modern library of the world's best books ; 345.
     * "The Mystery Play of Elche" (including music).
     * The Gallant, the Bawd, and the Fair Lady, by J. Ruiz.
     * The Mask, by L. de Rueda.
     * Peribáñez and the Comendador of Ocaña, by L. de Vega.
     * Pedro, the Artful Dodger, by Cervantes.
     * The Jealous Old Man, by Cervantes.
     * The Playboy of Seville, by Tirso de Molina.
     * The Mayor of Zalamea, by Calderón.
LCCN 64010292 //r912.
CALL # PQ6267.E6 S8.
CALL # 862.3082.











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