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Albertz, R. (1981), ‘Der sozialgeschichtliche Hintergrund des Hiobbuches und der “Babylonischen Theodizee”’, in J. Jeremias and L. Perlitt (eds.), Die Botschaft und die Boten: Festschrift für H. W. Wolff (Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag), 349–72.

Alonso-Schökel, L. (1977), ‘Toward a Dramatic Reading of the Book of Job’, Semeia, 7: 45–59.

Andersen, F. (1976), Job: An Introduction and Commentary (Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity Press).

Clines, D.J.A. (1989), ‘Job’, in B. W. Anderson (ed.), The Books of the Bible, (New York: Scribners), 181–201.

Crenshaw, J. L. (1972), ‘Wedōrēk ῾al bamotê᾽ âreṣ’, CBQ 34: 39–53.

———(1980), ‘Impossible Questions, Sayings, and Tasks’, in J. D. Crossan (ed.), Gnomic Wisdom (Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press), 19–34; repr. in Crenshaw (1995), 265–78.

———(1986), ‘Youth and Old Age in Qoheleth’, HAR 10: 1–13; repr. in Crenshaw (1995), 535–45.

———(1992), ‘Job, Book of’, ABD iii. 858–68; repr. Crenshaw (1995), 426–68.

———(1995), Urgent Advice and Probing Questions (Macon: Mercer University Press).

Crüsemann, F. (1980), ‘Hiob und Kohelet: Ein Beitrag zum Verständnis des Hiobbuches’, in R. Albertz et al. (eds.), Werden und Wirken des Alten Testaments: Festschrift für Claus Westermann (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht), 373–93.

Damico, A., and Yaffe, M. D. (eds.) (1989), Thomas Aquinas: The Literal Exposition on Job (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

Dekker, H. (ed.) (1952), Sermons from Job: John Calvin (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House).

Dhorme, E. (1967), A Commentary on the Book of Job (London: Nelson).

Fishbane, M. (1985), Biblical Interpretation in Ancient Israel (Oxford: Clarendon).

Geller, S. A. (1987), ‘Where is Wisdom? A Literary Study of Job 28 in Its Setting’, in J. Neusner, B. Levine, and E. S. Frerichs (eds.), Judaic Perspectives on Ancient Israel (Philadelphia: Fortress), 155–88.

Girard, R. (1987), Job: The Victim of his People (Stanford: Stanford University Press).

Glatzer, N. N. (1969), The Dimensions of Job (New York: Schocken).

Good, E. M. (1988), ‘Job’, HBC 407–32.

———(1990), In Turns of Tempest: A Reading of Job with a Translation (Stanford: Stanford University Press).

Gordis, R. (1978/5738), The Book of Job (New York: Jewish Theological Seminary of America).

Gutiérrez, G. (1987), On Job: God Talk and the Suffering of the Innocent (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books).

Habel, N. C. (1985), The Book of Job (Philadelphia: Westminster).

Hausen, A. (1972), Hiob in der französischen Literatur (Berne: Herbert Lang).

Hoffman, Y. (1996), A Blemished Perfection (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Hurvitz, A. (1974), ‘The Date of the Prose Tale of Job Linguistically Reconsidered’, HTR 67: 17–34.

Jung, Carl (1954), Answer to Job (Cleveland: World).

Kahn, J. H. (1975), Job's Illness: Loss, Grief and Integration (Oxford: Pergamon).

Keel, O. (1978), Jahwes Entgegnung an Ijob, FRLANT 121 (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht).

Koch, K. (1955), ‘Gibt es ein Vergeltungsdogma im Alten Testament?’ ZTK 52: 1–42; ET in J. L. Crenshaw (ed.), Theodicy in the Old Testament (Philadelphia: Fortress), 57–87.

Linafelt, T. (1996), ‘The Undecipherability of BRK in the Prologue to Job and Beyond’, Biblical Interpretation IV 154–72.

MacLeish, A. (1956), J.B. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin).

Newsom, C. (1996), ‘Job’, NIB (Nashville: Abingdon), iv. 319–637.

Pope, M. E. (1973), Job, AB 15 (Garden City, Doubleday).

Rouillard, P. (1983), ‘The Figure of Job in the Liturgy: Indignation, Resignation, or Silence?’, in D. Duquoc and C. Floristan (eds.), Job and the Silence of God, Concilium, 169 (New York: Seabury).

Tilley, T. W. (1989), ‘God and the Silencing of Job’, Modern Theology, 5: 257–70.

Tsevat, M. (1966), ‘The Meaning of the Book of Job’, HUCA 37: 73–106.

Wahl, H.-M. (1993), Der Gerechte Schöpfer, BZAW 207 (Berlin: de Gruyter).

Weiss, M. (1983), The Story of Job's Beginning (Jerusalem: Magnes).

Wilcox, J. T. (1989), The Bitterness of Job: A Philosophical Reading (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press).

Wilde, A. de (1981), Das Buch Hiob, OTS 22 (Leiden: Brill).

Zhitlowsky, C. (1919), ‘Job and Faust’, in P. Matenko (ed.), Two Studies in Yiddish Culture (Leiden: Brill), 75–162.

Zuckerman, B. (1991), Job the Silent: A Study in Historical Counterpoint (New York: Oxford University Press).

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