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The Oxford Bible Commentary Line-by-line commentary for the New Revised Standard Version Bible.

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Bloch, A., and Bloch, C. (1995), The Song of Songs: A New Translation with an Introduction and a Commentary (New York: Random House).

Brenner, A., and van Dijk-Hemmes, F. (1993), On Gendering Texts: Female and Male Voices in the Hebrew Bible (Leiden: Brill), 1–11.

Clines, D. J. A. (1995), Interested Parties: The Ideology of Writers and Readers of the Hebrew Bible, JSOTSup. 205 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press), 94–121.

Exum, J. C. (1973), ‘A Literary and Structural Analysis of the Song of Songs’, ZAW 85: 47–79.

Falk, M. (1982), Love Lyrics from the Bible: A Translation and Literary Study of the Song of Songs (Sheffield: Almond).

Fox, M. V. (1985), The Song of Songs and the Ancient Egyptian Love Songs (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press).

Goitein, S. D. (1988), ‘Women as Creators of Biblical Genres’, Proof-texts, 8:1–33, tr. M. Carasik.

Goulder, M. D. (1986), The Song of Fourteen Songs (Sheffield: JSOT).

Landy, F. (1983), Paradoxes of Paradise: Identity and Difference in the Song of Songs (Sheffield: Almond).

Murphy, R. E. (1990), The Song of Songs, Hermeneia (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Pope, M. H. (1977), The Song of Songs: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, AB 7C (Garden City, NY: Doubleday).

Rabin, C. (1973–4), ‘The Song of Songs and Tamil Poetry’, Studies in Religion, 3: 205–19.

Tov, E. (1995), ‘Three Manuscripts (Abbreviated Texts?) of Canticles from Qumran Cave 4’, JSS 46: 88–111.

Trible, P. (1978), God and the Rhetoric of Sexuality (Philadelphia: Fortress), 144–65.

Whedbee, J. W. (1993), ‘Paradox and Parody in the Song of Solomon: Towards a Comic Reading of the Most Sublime Song’, in A. Brenner (ed.), A Feminist Companion to the Song of Songs (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press), 266–78.

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