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Gerli, E. M. (1976). "Celestina", Act I, Reconsidered: Cota, Mena... or Alfonso Martínez de Toledo? Kentucky Romance Quarterly, 23 (1), 29–46.
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Gerli, E. M. (1976). Pleberio's Lament and Two Literary Topoi: Expositor and Planctus. Romanische Forschungen, 8 (1), 67.
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Gerli, E. M. (1995). Complicitous Laughter: Hilarity and Seduction in "Celestina". Hispanic Review, 63 (1), 19–38.
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Gerli, E. M. (2003). El placer de la mirada: "voyeurismo", fetichismo, y la movilización del deseo en "Celestina". En J. M. Usunáriz Garayoa, & I. Arellano Ayuso (Eds.), El mundo social y cultural de la "Celestina". Actas del Congreso Internacional de la Universidad de Navarra (pp. 191–209). Madrid-Frankfurt: Iberoamericana-Vervuert.
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Gerli, E. M. (1977). "Mira a Bernardo": alusión "sin sospecha". Celestinesca, 1 (2), 7–10.
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Gerli, E. M. (1988). A propos the pantomime ox, sexual innuendo, and fuddled partridges: yet more on Pármeno's remark. Celestinesca, 12 (2), 55–60.
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Gerli, E. M. (1997). Precints of Contention: Urban Places and the Ideology of space in "Celestina". Celestinesca, 21, 65–77.
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Gerli, E. M. (2011). "Agora que voy sola": Celestina, Magic, and the Disenchanted World. eHumanista, 19, 157–171.
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Gerli, E. M. (2011). "Nuestro gozo en el pozo": Pleberio and the Place without a "Telos". eHumanista, 18, 23–38.
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Gerli, E. M. (2011). "Celestina" and the Ends of Desire. Toront: University of Toronto Press.
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Gerli, E. M. (1999). Dismembering the Body Politic: Vile Bodies and Sexual Underworlds in "Celestina". En J. Blackmore, & G. S. Hutcheson (Eds.), Queer Iberia: Sexualities, Cultures, and Crossings from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance (pp. 369–393). Durham: Duke University Press.
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