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Costa Fontes, M. da. (1990). Celestina as Antithesis of the Virgin Mary. Journal of Hispanic Philology, 25 (2), 7–41.
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Costa Fontes, M. da. (2005). The Art of Subversion in Inquisitorial Spain: Rojas and Delicado. Purdue Studies in Romance Literatures, 30. West Lafayette: Purdue University Press.
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Costa Fontes, M. da. (1988). The Idea of limpieza in "La Celestina". En J. V. Ricapito (Ed.), Hispanic studies in honor of Joseph H. Silverman (pp. 23–36). Madrid: Juan de la Cuesta.
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Costa Fontes, M. da. (1984). Celestina's "Hilado" and Related Symbols. Celestinesca, 8 (1), 3–14.
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Costa Fontes, M. da. (1985). Celestina's "Hilado" and realated symbols: a suplement. Celestinesca, 9 (1), 33–38.
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Costa Fontes, M. da. (2000). Knitting and Sewing Metaphors and a Maiden's Honor in "La Celestina". En Folklore and Literature: Studies in the Portuguese, Brazilian, Sephardic and Hispanic Oral Traditions (pp. 55–79). Albany: SUNY Press.
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Costa Fontes, M. da. (2003). Imitation, Banter, and Competition: Francisco Delicado and "Celestina". Romance Philology, 56, 293–306.
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Costa Fontes, M. da. (1992). Fernando de Rojas, Cervantes, and Two Portuguese Folk Tales. En E. M.(ed.) Gerli, & H. L.(ed.) Sharrer (Eds.), Hispanic Medieval Studies in Honor of Samuel G. Armistead (pp. 85–96). Madison: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies.
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