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Isaiah 1:2-20 Bibliography

John F. Hobbins jfhobbins@gmail.com

The titles listed and the fields of research represented are those which bear most directly on Isa 1:2-20 in terms of the questions discussed in Isaiah 1:220: A Study in Rhetoric and Prosody, online at www.ancienthebrewpoetry. typepad.com. Reasons for treating Isa 1:2-20 as a rhetorical unit appropriate to a specific situation a prophet named Isaiah might have addressed are offered there. Titles which argue for or against this understanding or one like it are among those collected below, as are titles that discuss the historical, cultural, and ideological contexts of the text should it have been intended, as I hold, for public declamation in the aftermath of Sennacheribs invasion of Judah in 701, perhaps a year or two following. Texts and titles whose Vorlage or point of departure is the Hebrew text are listed. Texts and titles whose point of departure is at one or more removes from the Hebrew original, including the Vetus Latina and commentaries based on OG or Vulgate Isaiah, are not. A huge and inexcusable gap one among many: the lack of a proper overview of rabbinic and Karaite exegesis of Isaiah. The bibliography begins with a list of text editions of Isaiah in Hebrew and ancient translations therefrom. Forthcoming editions are also noted. Representative lists of commentaries on the Hebrew text before and after 1700 follow. A commentary after the present writers heart has yet to be written. It would examine Isaiah from the points of view text-criticism, philology, and linguistics, and treat it as an example of poetry, rhetoric, and theology. The core of the bibliography is a searchable list of titles bearing directly on the interpretation of Isa 1:2-20 or a subunit, feature, or aspect thereof. Specified pages relate to Isa 1:2-20 unless otherwise indicated. Lists of bibliographies of book of Isaiah studies, overviews of (First) Isaiah studies, introductions to (First) Isaiah and to (First) Isaiah studies, and other sectorspecific bibliographies round the essay off. The lists are meant to provide a starting point for future research. Online resources are also listed. The bibliography is a work in progress.

Text Editions of the Book of Isaiah


Sebastian Brock, ed., Vetus Testamentum Syriace III:1. Liber Isaiae. The Old Testament in Syriac according to the Peshitta Version (gen. ed. The Peshitta Institute, Leiden; Leiden: Brill, 1987); Menachem Cohen, ed., , , , , , , , , , , Mikraot Gedolot HaKeter Isaiah: A Revised and Augmented Scientific Edition of Mikraot Gedolot Based on the Aleppo Codex and Early Medieval MSS [presentation and item-by-item explanation of the Tiberian Masorah is without peer; edition of T supersedes that of Sperber, but lacks a textual apparatus] (Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan Univ. Press, 1996); Frederick Field, ed., Origenis Hexaplorum quae supersunt sive Veterum Interpretum Graecorum in totum Vetus Testamentum Fragmenta, concinnavit, emendavit et multis partibus auxit [data recollated and reevaluated by Ziegler] (2 vols.; Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 1875; repr. Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1964); David Noel Freedman et al, ed., The Leningrad Codex: A Facsimile Edition (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans; Leiden: Brill, 1998); Moshe H. Goshen-Gottstein, ed., The Book of Isaiah. Part One. Part Two The Book of Isaiah. Volume Two. Chapters 22-44. The Book of Isaiah. Volume Three. Chapters 45-66 (The Hebrew University Bible Project; Jerusalem: Magnes, 1975, 1981, 1993; republ. in one vol., introd. Shemaryahu Talmon, 1995); idem, ed., The Aleppo Codex. Volume 1. The Plates (Jerusalem: Magnes, 1976); Jewish Publication Society, ed., JPS Hebrew-English Tanakh: The Traditional Hebrew Text and the New JPS Translation (2d ed.; Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1999); Rudolf Kittel, ed., Librum Jesaie, in Biblia Hebraica (16th ed.; ed. Rudolf Kittel et al; Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, 1971 [1906]); Arie van der Kooij, ed., Isaiah, in Biblia Hebraica Quinta (ed. Adrian Schenker et al; Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, forthcoming); Donald W. Parry and Elisha Qimron, ed., The Great Isaiah Scroll (1QIsaa). A New Edition [extensive bibliography included] (STDJ 32; Leiden: Brill, 1999); Yehudah Ratzaby, ed. and tr., Saadyas Translation and Commentary on Isaiah (Arab. and Hebr., Kiryat Ono: Mekhon Mishnat haRambam, 5754 [1993]; J. J. M. Roberts and Eugene Ulrich, ed., Isaiah, in The Oxford Hebrew Bible Project (ed. Ronald Hendel; Oxford, forthcoming); Alexander Sperber, ed., The Bible in Aramaic, Based on Old Manuscripts and Printed Texts. Volume Three: The Latter Prophets (Leiden: Brill, 1962); D. Winton Thomas, ed., Librum Jesaiae, in Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (5th ed.; ed. Karl Elliger and Wilhelm Rudolph; Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, 1997 [1967]); Eugene Ulrich et al, ed., Qumran Cave 4, X: The Prophets (DJD 15; Oxford: Clarendon, 1997); idem, ed., Qumran Cave 1: The Isaiah Texts (DJD; Oxford: Clarendon, forthcoming); Robert Weber et al., ed., Biblia Sacra: Iuxta vulgate versionem (3d ed.; Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, 1984); Joseph Ziegler, ed., Isaias (3d ed.; Septuaginta: Vetus Testamentum Graecum auctoritate Acad. Scientarum Gottingensis ed. 14; Gttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1983). MT http://www.mechon-mamre.org/c/ct/c1001.htm LXX http://www.zhubert.com/ [plug in Greek and Isaiah in Bible Browser]

Targum Jonathan http://cal1.cn.huc.edu/ [go to databases; text browse; Palestinian Aramaic; Canonical Jewish Literary Aramaic, TgJ Is] Leiden Peshitta http://cal1.cn.huc.edu/ [go to databases; text browse; Syriac; Leiden Peshitta Texts; Isaiah] Vulgate http://www.drbo.org/lvb/book/27.htm Polyglot KJV / LXX / MT / Vulgate http://www.sacred-texts.com/bib/poly/isa.htm

Online Resources for the Study of Isaiah


Christopher Heard, http://faculty.pepperdine.edu/cheard/iTanakh/texts/tanakh/latterprophets/isaiah/

The History of the Text and the History of Interpretation


Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible Basic Bibliography
Ronald Hendel, The Oxford Hebrew Bible: Prologue to a New Critical Edition, online at http://ohb.berkeley.edu/OHB%20article.pdf; Adrian Schenker et Philippe Hugo, Histoire de texte et critique textuelle de lAncien Testament dans la recherche rcente, in Lenfance de la Bible hbraque: Lhistoire du texte de lAncien Testament la lumire de recherches rcente (ed. Adrian Schenker et Philippe Hugo; Le monde de la Bible 52; Genve: Labor et Fides, 2005) 11-33; Emanuel Tov, Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible (2d ed.; Minneapolis: Fortress, 1992); idem, Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible 1947-1997, in Perspectives in the Study of the Old Testament and Early Judaism: A Symposium in Honour of Adam S. van der Woude on the Occasion of his 70th birthday (ed. Florentino Garca Martnez and Ed Noort; VTSup 73; Leiden: Brill, 1998) 61-81; Ernst Wrthwein, Der Text des Alten Testaments. Eine Einfhrung in die Biblia Hebraica (Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, 51988); ET The Text of the Old Testament: An Introduction to the Biblia Hebraica (Grand Rapids, MI: W.B. Eerdmans, 21995).

Textual Criticism of the Book of Isaiah


Dominique Barthlemy, ed., Critique textuelle de lAncien Testament 2: Isae, Jrmie, Lamentations (OBO 50/2; Fribourg/Gttingen: ditiones Universitaires /Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1986); Arnold B. Ehrlich, : / 3( vols.; Berlin: M. Poppelauers Buchhandlung, 1899-1901; repr., ed. Harry M. Orlinsky [New York, Ktav, 1969]); idem, Randglossen zur hebrischen Bibel textkritisches, sprachliches und sachliches. (7 vols.; Leipzig: Hinrichs, 1912; repr. Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1968); Wilhelm Gesenius, Philologisch-kritischer und historiker Commentar ber den Jesaia (3 vols.; Leipzig: Vogel, 1820-21) 1:56-106; Arie van der Kooij, Die alten Textzeugen des Jesajabuches: ein Beitrag zur Textgeschichte des Alten Testaments /(OBO 35; Freiburg: Universittsverlag, 1981); idem, Interpretation of the Book of Isaiah in the Septuagint and in Other Ancient Versions, in As Those Who Are

Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 49-68; E. Liebmann, Der Text in Js. 24-27, ZAW 22 (1902) 1-56, 285-304; Alfredo Ravenna, Osservazioni sul testo di Isaia, Rivista biblica 6 (1958) 364-365; Naftali H. Tur-Sinai, Contribution to the Understanding of Isaiah i-xii, ScrHier 8 (1961) 154-88; Jan de Waard, A Handbook on Isaiah (Textual Criticism and the Translator 1; Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1997).

Masoretic Text (MT) Basic Bibliography


Dominique Barthlemy, ed., Critique textuelle de lAncien Testament 3: zchiel, Daniel et le 12 Prophtes (OBO 50/3; Fribourg/Gttingen: ditiones Universitaires/Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1992) i-ccxlii; in particular, Introduction and Les diverse formes du texte hbreu, i-vi; vii-cxvi; Malachi Beit-Ari, Colette Sirat, and Mordechai Glatzer, Codices Hebraicis Litteris Exarati Quo Tempore Scripti Fuerint Exhibentes (3 vols.; Monumenta Palaeographica Medii Aevi, Series Hebraica; Turnhout: Brepols, 1997-2002); Aaron Dotan, Masorah, EncJud 16 (Jerusalem: Keter, 1972) 1401-1482; Moshe Goshen-Gottstein, The Textual Criticism of the Old Testament: Rise, Decline, Rebirth, JBL 102 (1983) 20413; Ernest John Revell, The Leningrad Codex as a Representative of the Masoretic Text, in The Leningrad Codex: A Facsimile Edition (ed. David Noel Freedman et al; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans; Leiden: Brill, 1998); Israel Yeivin, The Aleppo Codex of the Bible: A Study of Its Vocalization and Accentuation (Hebr.; HUBPMS 3; Jerusalem: Magnes, 1968); idem, Introduction to the Tiberian Masorah (tr. and ed., E. J. Revell; SBLMS 5; Missoula: Scholars Press, 1980); idem, The Biblical Masorah (Hebr.; Studies in Language 3; Jerusalem: The Academy of the Hebrew Language, 2003).

Dead Sea Scrolls (DSS) Basic Bibliography


Martin G. Abegg, Jr., Peter W. Flint, and Eugene C. Ulrich, The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible: The Oldest Known Bible Translated for the First Time into English (San Francisco: HarperCollins, 1999); Arie van der Kooij, The Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible Before and After the Qumran Discoveries, in The Bible as Book: The Hebrew Bible and the Judaean Desert Discoveries (ed. Edward D. Herbert and Emanuel Tov; London: British Library, 2002) 167-77; Emanuel Tov, Scribal Practices and Approaches Reflected in the Texts Found in the Judean Desert (STDJ 54; Leiden: Brill, 2004); Eugene Ulrich, The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Origins of the Bible (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1999).

DSS Isaiah
Martin G. Abegg, Jr., Peter W. Flint, and Eugene C. Ulrich, The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible: The Oldest Known Bible Translated for the First Time into English (San Francisco: HarperCollins, 1999) 267-381; Dominique Barthlemy, Comparaison de 1QIs-b avec

1QIs-a. Comparaison de 1QIs-b avec Mur. Bilan des deux comparaisons. Relations de 4QIs avec 1QIs-a et avec le M l o 1QIs-b fait dfaut, in Critique textuelle de lAncien Testament 3: zchiel, Daniel et le 12 Prophtes (ed. Dominique Barthlemy; OBO 50/3; Fribourg/Gttingen: ditiones Universitaires/Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1992) cii-cxiv; On George J. Brooke, Isaiah at Qumran, in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 69-86; Chaim Cohen, "A Philological Reevaluation of Some Significant DSS Variants of the MT in Isa 1-5," in Diggers at the Well: Proceedings of a Third International Symposium on the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Ben Sira (ed. Takamitsu Muraoka and John F. Elwolde; STDJ 36; Leiden: Brill, 2000) 40-55; Yeshayahu Maori, The Tradition of Pisqaot in Ancient Hebrew MSS: The Isaiah Texts and Commentaries from Qumran, Textus 10 (1982) [ -Hebr.]; Odil Hannes Steck, Die erste Jesajarolle vom Qumran (1QIsaa): Schreibweise als Leseanleitung fr ein Prophetenbuch (SBS 173/1: Stuttgart: Calwer, 1998); idem, Die erste Jesajarolle vom Qumran (1QIsaa): Textheft (SBS 173/2; Stuttgart: Calwer, 1998); Eugene Ulrich, The Developmental Composition of the Book of Isaiah: Light from 1QIsa a on additions in the MT, DSD 8 (2001) 288-305.

The Old Greek (OG) and other early Greek translations Basic Bibliography
Dominique Barthlemy, Le texte grec ancien and Desiderata pour des ditions critiques. 2. Le G. 3. Les versions hexaplaires, in Critique textuelle de lAncien Testament 3: zchiel, Daniel et le 12 Prophtes (ed. Dominique Barthlemy; OBO 50/3; Fribourg/Gttingen: ditiones Universitaires/Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1992) cxviiclxxviii; ccxxxvi-vii; Gilles Dorival, Marguerite Harl, and Olivier Munnich, La Bible grecque des Septante: du judasme hellnistique au christianisme ancien (Initiations au christianisme ancien; Paris: Le Cerf, 1988); Natalio Fernndez Marcos, Introduccin a las versiones griegas de la Biblia (TECC 64; Madrid: IFSCIC, 21998 [1979]); It. trans. La Bibbia dei Settanta. Introduzione alle versioni greche della Bibbia (Introduzione allo studio della Bibbia Supplementi 6; Brescia: Paideia, 2000); ET The Septuagint in Context: Introduction to the Greek Version of the Bible (tr. Wilfred G. E. Watson; Leiden: Brill, 2001); Sidney Jellicoe, The Septuagint and Modern Study (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1968; repr. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1993); Emanuel Tov, The Text-Critical Use of the Septuagint in Biblical Research (2d ed.; Jerusalem Biblical Studies 8; Jerusalem: Simor 1997 [1981]); idem, The Greek and Hebrew Bible: Collected Essays on the Septuagint [revised and updated] (VTSup 72; Leiden: Brill, 1999); Joseph Ziegler, Sylloge: Gesammelte Aufstze zur Septuaginta (MSU 10; Gttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1971.

OG Isaiah
David A. Baer, Its All about Us!: Nationalistic Exegesis in the Greek Isaiah (Chapters 112), in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27;

Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 29-48; Arie van der Kooij, Interpretation of the Book of Isaiah in the Septuagint and in Other Ancient Versions, in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 49-68; Isaac Leo Seeligmann, The Septuagint Version of Isaiah: A Discussion of its Problems (MVE OL 9: Leiden: Brill, 1948; repr. in The Septuagint Version of Isaiah and Cognate Studies [ed. Robert Hanhart and Hermann Spieckermann; FAT 40; Tbingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2004]); Ronald Troxel, The Scribal Translator: The Strategies of the Translator of the Septuagint of Isaiah (SJSJ; Leiden: Brill, forthcoming); Joseph Ziegler, Untersuchungen zur Septuaginta des Buches Isaias (ATA 12/3; Mnster: Aschendorff, 1934.

Targum Yonatan (T) and other early Aramaic translations


Dominique Barthlemy, Le Targum and Desiderata pour des ditions critiques. 6. Le T, in Critique textuelle de lAncien Testament 3: zchiel, Daniel et le 12 Prophtes (ed. Dominique Barthlemy; OBO 50/3; Fribourg/Gttingen: ditions Universitaires / Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1992) ccix-x; ccxxxvii-iii.

Vulgate (V)
Dominique Barthlemy, La Vulgate and Desiderata pour des ditions critiques. 4. La V, in Critique textuelle de lAncien Testament 3: zchiel, Daniel et le 12 Prophtes (ed. Dominique Barthlemy; OBO 50/3; Fribourg/Gttingen: ditions Universitaires/ Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1992) clxxix-cciv; ccxxxvii.

Peshitta (P)
Dominique Barthlemy, Le syriaque Peshitta and Desiderata pour des ditions critiques. 5. La S, in Critique textuelle de lAncien Testament 3: zchiel, Daniel et le 12 Prophtes (ed. Dominique Barthlemy; OBO 50/3; Fribourg/Gttingen: ditions Universitaires/ Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1992) ccv-ccvii; ccxxxvii; Sebastian Brock, Text Divisions in the Syriac Translations of Isaiah, in Biblical Hebrews, Biblical Texts: Essays in Memory of Michael P. Weitzman (ed. Ada Rapoport-Albert and Gillian Greenberg, JSOTSup 333; The Hebrew Bible and its Versions 2; Sheffield; Sheffield Academic Press, 2001) 200-221.

Early Arabic translations (A)


Dominique Barthlemy, Les versions arabes, in Critique textuelle de lAncien Testament 3: zchiel, Daniel et le 12 Prophtes (ed. Dominique Barthlemy; OBO 50/3; Fribourg/Gttingen: ditions Universitaires/Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1992) ccxi-ccxiv.

History of Interpretation

Joseph Blenkinsopp, Opening the Sealed Book: Interpretations of the Book of Isaiah in Late Antiquity (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2006); Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull, Remembering the Former Things: The History of Interpretation and Critical Scholarship, in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006).

New Testament
Jan Fekkes III, Isaiah and the Book of Revelation: John the Prophet as a Fourth Isaiah?, in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 125-144; J. Ross Wagner, Moses and Isaiah in Concert: Pauls Reading of Isaiah and Deuteronomy in the Letter to the Romans, in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 87-106; Catrin H. Williams, The Testimony of Isaiah and Johannine Christology, in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 107-124.

The Church Fathers


F. M. Abel, Le Commentaire de Saint Jrme sur Isae, RB 25 (1916) 200-25; J. David Cassel, Patristic Interpretation of Isaiah, in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 145-170: S. Gozza, De S. Hieronymi commentario in Isaiae librum, Antonianum 35 (1960) 49-80, 169-214.

Medieval Jewish Interpretation


Robert A. Harris, Structure and Composition in Isaiah 112: A Twelfth-Century Northern French Rabbinic Perspective, in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 171-186: Louis Finkelstein, Introduction,in idem, ed., The Commentary of David Kimchi on Isaiah (Heb. with Eng. introd.; CUOS 19; New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1926; repr. New York: AMS Press, 1966) xvi-xcvi.

Reformation
E. Knzli, Zwinglis Jesaja-Erklrungen, Zwingliana 10 (1957) 488-91; Amy Plantinga Pauw, Becoming a Part of Israel: John Calvins Exegesis of Isaiah, in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 201-222.

Modern Period

Robert P. Gordon, The Legacy of Lowth: Robert Lowth and the Book of Isaiah in Particular, in Biblical Hebrews, Biblical Texts: Essays in Memory of Michael P. Weitzman (ed. Ada Rapoport-Albert and Gillian Greenberg, JSOTSup 333; The Hebrew Bible and its Versions 2; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2001) 57-76; Gary Stansell, The Poets Prophet: Bishop Robert Lowths Eighteenth-Century Commentary on Isaiah, in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 223-242; Marvin A. Sweeney, On the Road to Duhm: Isaiah in Nineteenth-Century Critical Scholarship, in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 242-262.

Overviews of Studies on the Prophetic Literature


Uwe Becker, Die Wiederentdeckung des Prophetenbuches: Tendenzen und Aufgaben der gegenwrtigen Prophetenforschung, Berliner Theologische Zeitschrift 21 (2004) 30-60;

Introductions to the Study of Prophetic Literature Bibliographies of Book of Isaiah Studies


Craig C. Broyles and Craig A. Evans, Bibliography, in Writing and Reading the Scroll of Isaiah: Studies of an Interpretive Tradition (2 vols.; ed. Craig C. Broyles and Craig A. Evans, VTSup 79; FIOTL 1, Leiden: Brill, 1997) 2:717-771; Peter Hffken, Hinweise auf die Wirkungsgeschichte des Jesajabuches, and Literaturverzeichnis, in Jesaja: Der Stand der Theologischen Diskussion (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2004) 145146, 147-204; Roy F. Melugin, Watson E. Mills, Isaiah (Bibliographies for Biblical Research, OT Series 17; Lewiston: Mellen Biblical Press, 2002); Marvin A. Sweeney, Introduction to the Prophetic Literature: Bibliography, Introduction to the Book of Isaiah: Bibliography, Isaiah 1-39 with an Introduction to the Prophetic Literature (FOTL 16; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1996) 1-10, 31-39; John D. W. Watts, Main Bibliography, Introduction, in Isaiah 1-33 (WBC 24; Nashville: Nelson, 22005) xxxi-xxv; xxxvi-cxxi; Hans Wildberger, Ausgewhlte neuere Literatur, in Jesaja 3: Jesaja 28-39 (BKAT 10/3; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1982; ET Selected Recent Literature, in Isaiah 28-39 (tr. Thomas H. Trapp; CC; Minneapolis: Fortress, 2002 [bibliography updated by Trapp to 2001].

Overviews of (First) Isaiah Studies


Uwe Becker, Jesajaforschung (1-39), ThR 64 (1999) 1-37, 117-52; Christof Hardmeier, Jesajaforschung im Umbruch, VF 31 (1986) 3-31; Peter Hffken, Jesaja: Der Stand der theologischen Diskussion (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2004); Rudolf Kilian, Jesaja 1-39 (EdF 200; Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft) 1983; Roy F. Melugin, Form Criticism, Rhetorical Criticism, and Beyond in Isaiah, in As Those Who Are Taught: The Interpretation of Isaiah from the LXX to the SBL (ed. Claire

Mathews McGinnis and Patricia K. Tull; SBL Symposium Series 27; Atlanta: SBL, 2006) 263-278; Marvin Sweeney, The Book of Isaiah in Recent Research, CurBS 1 (1993) 14162; idem, Reevaluating Isaiah 1-39 in Recent Critical Research, CurBS 4 (1996) 79-113; Marvin E. Tate, The Book of Isaiah in Recent Study, in Forming Prophetic Literature: Essays on Isaiah and the Twelve in Honor of John D. W. Watts (ed. James W. Watts and Paul R. House; JSOTSup 235; Sheffield: Academic Press, 1996) 22-56.

Introductions to (First) Isaiah and to (First) Isaiah Studies


Luis Alonso Schkel, Isae, DBSup 7 (1971) cols. 2060-79; John Barton, Isaiah 1-39 (OTG; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995); Joachim Becker, Isaias - Der Prophet und sein Buch (SBS 30, Stuttgart: Calwer, 1968); Brevard S. Childs, Isaiah, in idem, Introduction to the Old Testament as Scripture (Philadephia: Fortress, 1979) 311-338; Otto Eissfeldt, Einleitung in das Alte Testament, unter Einschluss der Apokryphen und Pseudepigraphen sowie der apokryphen- und pseudepigraphenartigen Qumran-Schriften: Entstehungsgeschichte des Alten Testaments (Neue theologische Grundrisse; Tbingen: Mohr, 41976; ET The Old Testament: An Introduction [etc.] [tr. Peter R. Ackroyd; London: Harper & Row, 1965 ] 303-330; Andr Feuillet, Introduction au livre dIsae, in tudes dexgse et de la thologie biblique A. T. (Paris: Gabalda, 1975) 19-201; Harold Louis Ginsberg, Isaiah: First Isaiah, EncJud 9 (1971) cols. 44-60; Hans-Winfried Jngling, Das Buch Jesaja, in Einleitung in das Alte Testament (ed. Erich Zenger et al; Studienbcher Theologie 1/1; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 52004) 427-451; Otto Kaiser, Jesaja/Jesajabuch, TRE 16 (1987) 636-658; Yehezkel Kaufmann, 4( vols.; Tel Aviv: Devir, 1937-56) 3:147-256; ET The Religion of Israel (tr. and abridg. Moshe Greenberg; Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1960) 378-85; Rolf Rendtorff, Das Alte Testament: Eine Einfhrung (Neukirchen: Neukirchener Verlag, 62001) 201-212; Christopher Seitz, Isaiah, Book of (First Isaiah), ABD 3 (1992) 472-88.

Commentaries on Isaiah Before 1700


Isaac Abravanel (1437-1508, Spain), ( Jerusalem: Bene Arabel, [1978 or 1979]); Mara Josefa de Azcrraga Severt, ed., Minhat ay de Y. S. Norzi: Isaias (traduccin y anotacin crtica) (Textos y estudios Cardenal Cisneros 54; Madrid: Instituto de Filologia CSIC, Departamento de Filologia Biblica y de Oriente Antiguo, 1993); John Calvin, Commentarii in Isaiam Prophetam (2d ed.; Geneva: Jo. Crispinum, 1559 [1551]; in Opera quae supersunt omnia (ed. Wilhelm Baum et al; Opera exegetica et homiletica 14; Brunschweig: Schwetschke, 1888); ET Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (tr. William Pringle; Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society, 1850; repr. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1948); Joseph ibn Caspi (1279-1340, Spain), see Cohen; Menachem Cohen, ed., , , , , , , , , , , Mikraot Gedolot HaKeter Isaiah: A Revised and Augmented Scientific Edition of Mikraot Gedolot Based on the Aleppo Codex and Early Medieval MSS (Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan Univ. Press, 1996) [MT, Targum Jonathan,

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Rashi, Radak, Abraham ibn Ezra, Joseph Kara, Eliezer of Beaugency, Isaiah of Trani, and Joseph ibn Caspi] (Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan Univ. Press, 1996); Eliezer of Beaugency (12 cent., France), see Cohen; Louis Finkelstein, ed., The Commentary of David Kimchi on Isaiah (Heb. with Eng. introd.; CUOS 19; New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1926; repr. New York: AMS Press, 1966); Francisco Foreiro, Vetus & nova ex hebraico versio Isaia Prophete cum commentariis, sive in Isaiam ad hebraicum veritatem Commentaria (Venice, 1563); Michael Friedlnder, ed. and tr., The Commentary of Ibn Ezra on Isaiah (London: Trbner, 1877; 2d ed.; New York: Feldheim, 1966); Moshe H. Goshen-Gottstein and Maaravi Perez, ed., R. Judah ibn Balams Commentary on Isaiah (Hebr.; introd. in English; Bar-Ilan Sources and Studies 5; Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press, 1992); Roger Gryson et al, ed., S. Hieronymi Presbyteri Expanationum in Esaiam Libri I-IV, V-VII, VIIIXI, XII-XV, XVI-XVIII (VL/AGLB 23, 27, 30, 35, 36; Freiburg: Herder, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1998, 1999); Judah ibn Balam (2nd half of 11th cent.), see Goshen-Gottstein; Abraham ibn Ezra (1089-1164), see Cohen and Friedlnder; Isaiah of Trani (13th cent., Italy), see Cohen; Jerome (ca. 342-420), see Gryson; Joseph Kara (b. 1065, France), see Cohen; David Kimchi (1136-1235, Spain), see Cohen and Finkelstein; Martin Luther, Der Prophet Jesaja [1528] in D. Martin Luthers Werke. Kritische Gesamtausgabe (WA 25; Weimar: Hermann Bhlau Nachfolger, 1902) 87-401; ET Lectures on Isaiah: Chapters 1-39 (ed. Jaroslav Jan Pelikan and Hilton C. Oswald; tr. Herbert J. A. Bouman; Luthers Works 15; St. Louis: Concordia, 1969); Jedidiah Solomon Raphael Norzi (ca. 1560-ca. 1626, Mantua), see Azcrraga Severt; Donald W. Parry, Emanuel Tov, Nehemia Gordon, and Carli Anderson, ed., The Dead Sea Scrolls Reader. Part 2: Exegetical Texts [4QMidrEschata-d; 4QpIsaa-e] (Leiden: Brill, 2004); David Qimhi (1136-1235, Spain), see Cohen and Finkelstein; Radak (1136-1235, Spain), see Cohen and Finkelstein; Rashi (1040-1105, Troyes), see Cohen and Rosenberg; Yehudah Ratzaby, ed. and tr., Saadyas Translation and Commentary on Isaiah (Arab. and Hebr., Kiryat Ono: Mekhon Mishnat haRambam, 5754 [1993]; Abraham J. Rosenberg, ed., Isaiah = Yeshayah: A new English translation. Translation of Text, Rashi, and Commentary (2 vols.; Mikraot gedolot; Judaica books of the Prophets; New York: Judaica Press, 1982-1983); Saadya (882-942), see Ratzaby; Ulrich Zwingli, Complanationis Isaiae Prophetae (Zurich: Froschauer, 1529); idem, Aus Zwinglis Predigten zu Jesaja und Jeremia (ed. Oskar Farner; Zurich: Berichthaus, 1957).

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Joseph Addison Alexander, Commentary on the Prophecies of Isaiah (2 vols.; ed. John Eadie; New York: Scribner, 21865 [1847]; repr., introd. Merrill F. Unger, Grand Rapids: Kregel, 1992); Luis Alonso Schkel and Jos Luis Sicre Diaz, Profetas. Introduccin y comentarios (NBE; Madrid: Cristiandad, 1980; It. tr. I profeti [3d ed.; tr. Teodora Tosatti and Piero Brugnoli; ComBib; Rome: Borla 1996]; Port. tr. Profetas [2 vols.; 2d ed.; So Paulo: Paulus, 2002]); Paul Auvray, Isae 1-39 (SB; Paris: Gabalda, 1972); Aage Bentzen, Jesaja. Vol 1: Jes. 1-39 (Copenhagen: Gad, 1944); Willem A. M. Beuken, Jesaja 1-12 (tr. Ulrich Berges; HThKAT; Freiburg: Herder, 2003); Joseph Blenkinsopp, Isaiah 1-39: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary (AB 19, Garden City: Doubleday, 2000); Frants Buhl, Jesaja (2d ed.; Copenhagen: Gyldendal, 1912-1913 [1894]); Augustin Calmet, Isae, in Commentaire littral sur tous les livres de l'ancien et du nouveau Testament 5 (Latin and French; 9 vols; tr. L. J. le Maistre de Sacy; Paris: Emery, 1724-26

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[1707-1716, 1720]); Thomas Kelley Cheyne, The Prophecies of Isaiah. A New Translation with Commentary and Appendices (5th ed., 2 vols.; London: Kegan Paul, 1889); Brevard S. Childs, Isaiah (OTL, Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2000); Ronald Clements, Isaiah 1-39 (NCB, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1980); Albert Condamin, Le livre d'Isae: traduction critique avec notes et commentaries (b; Paris: Lecoffre, 1905); Franz Julius Delitzsch, Biblischer Commentar ber das Buch Jesaia (4th ed.; BCAT 3/1; Leipzig: Dorffling & Franke, 1889 [1869]; ET Biblical Commentary on the Prophecies of Isaiah (2 vols.; tr. James Kennedy, William Hastie, Thomas A. Bickerton, and John S. Banks; introd. Samuel Rolles Driver; Clarks Foreign Theological Library NS 42, 44; Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1890 [not to be confused with the earlier and more conservative Biblischer Commentar ber den Propheten Jesaia (3d ed., BCAT 3/1; Leipzig: Dorffling & Franke, 1879; repr. with introd. Gerhard Maier, Giessen: Brunnen Verlag, 1984; ET Biblical Commentary on the Prophecies of Isaiah (2 vols.; tr. James Martin; Clarks Foreign Theological Library 4th series 14-15; Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1881; repr. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1954]); August Dillmann, Der Prophet Jesaja (6th ed.; ed. Rudolf Kittel; KeH 6; Leipzig: Hirzel, 1890); Bernhard Duhm, Das Buch Jesaja (5th ed., GHKAT 3/1; Gttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1968 [1892]); Walther Eichrodt, Der Heilige in Israel: Jesaja 1-12 (BAT 17.1; Stuttgart: Calwer, 1960); Georg Heinrich August von Ewald, Die Propheten des Alten Bundes (2d ed.; 3 vols.; Gttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1867); ET Commentary on the Prophets of the Old Testament (5 vols.; tr. J. Frederick Smith; Theological Translation Fund Library 9, 12, 18, 21, 26; London: Williams & Norgate, 1875-1881) 2:117-132; Franz Feldmann, Das Buch Isaias (2 vols; EHAT 14; Mnster: Aschendorff, 1925-26); Johann Fischer, Das Buch Isaias (2 vols; HSAT 7; Bonn: Hanstein, 1937-39); Michael Fishbane, Haftarot: The Traditional Hebrew Text with the New JPS Translation [and] Commentary (JPSBC; Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society, 2002) 270-76, 484-5; Georg Fohrer, Das Buch Jesaja I: Kapitel 1-23 (3d ed.; ZB 19/1; Zurich: Zwingli Verlag, 1991 [1960]); Wilhelm Gesenius, Philologisch-kritischer und historiker Commentar ber den Jesaia (3 vols.; Leipzig: Vogel, 1820-21); John Goldingay, Isaiah (NIBC Old Testament Series 13; Peabody: Hendrickson, 2001); George Buchanan Gray, The Book of Isaiah: A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Isaiah 139 [Isa 1-27] (ICC, Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1912); Peter Hffken, Das Buch Jesaja: Kapitel 1-39 (NSKAT 18/1; Stuttgart: Katholische Bibelwerk, 1993); Edmond Jacob, Esae 1-12 (CAT 8A; Geneva: Labor et Fides, 1987); Knud Jeppesen, Jesajas bog fortolket (Copenhagen: Det danske Bibelselskab, 1988); Otto Kaiser, Das Buch des Propheten Jesaja Kapitel 1-12 (ATD 17; Gttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 51981 [11960 and 21963 are very different from later editions, and retain their value]); ET Isaiah 1-12: A Commentary (tr. Richard Armstrong Wilson; London: SCM, Rudolf Kilian, Jesaja 1-12 (NEchtB 17; Wrzburg: Echter Verlag, 1986); Edward J. Kissane, The Book of Isaiah (2 vols; 2d ed.; Dublin: Browne and Nolan, 1960 [1941-43]); Joseph Knabenbauer, Erklrung des propheten Isaias (Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 1881); idem, Cursus Scripturae Sacrae Commentarius in Isaiam Prophetam (Paris: Lethielleux, 1923 [1887]); August Knobel, Der Prophet Jesaia (5th ed.; ed. August Dillmann; KeHAT 5; Leipzig: Weidmann, 1890 [1843]); (Friedrich) Eduard Knig, Das Buch Jesaja (Gtersloh: Bertelsmann, 1926); Johann Benjamin Koppe, see Lowth; Robert Lowth, Isaiah: A New Translation with a Preliminary Dissertation and Notes (London: J. Dodsley for J. Nichols, 1778; repr. with introd. by David Reibel; Robert Lowth [17101787]: The Major Works; London: Routledge / Thoemmes Press, 1995; 10th ed.; London: T. Tegg, 1833; Ger. tr. Johann Benjamin Koppe, D. Robert Lowth's [] Jesaias, neu bers. nebst einer Einleitung und [] Anmerkungen. Aus dem Engl., mit Zustzen und Anmerkungen

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(4 vols.; Leipzig: Weidmann, 1779-1781); Samuel David Luzzatto, Il profeta Isaia, volgarizzato e commentato ad uso degl'Israeliti (Hebr.; Padova: Antonio Bianchi, 1855-67; repr. Tel Aviv: Devir [1970]); Malbim, Meir Loeb ben Jehiel Michael (18081879), 31( ... vols.; Jerusalem: Mekor haSefarim, 758-759 [1997 or 1998-1998 or 1999]; Karl Marti, Das Buch Jesaja (KHAT 10; Tubingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1900); J. Alec Motyer, The Prophecy of Isaiah: An Introduction and Commentary (Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 1993); Conrad von Orelli, Der Prophet Jesaja ausgelegt (3d ed.; KKAT 4: Munich: Beck, 1904 [1886]); ET The Prophecies of Isaiah (tr. John Shaw Banks; Clarks Foreign Theological Library NS 38; Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1889); John N. Oswalt, The Book of Isaiah: Chapters 1-39 (NICOT; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1986) 83-102; Angelo Penna, Isaia (La Sacra Bibbia; Torino: Marietti, 1958); Otto Procksch, Jesaja I: Kapitel 1-39 bersetzt und erklrt (KAT 9A, Leipzig: Deichert, 1930) 29-44; J. J. M. [Jimmy Jack McBee] Roberts, Isaiah 1-39 (Hermeneia; Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, forthcoming); Ernst Friedrich Karl Rosenmller, Scholia in Jesajae vaticinia (3d ed.; Scholia in Vetus Testamentum in compendium redacta 2; Leipzig: J. A. Barth, 1835); Antoon Schoors, Jesaja (BOT 9A; Roermond: Romen, 1972); Christopher Seitz, Isaiah 1-39 (Interpretation; Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 1993); Horacio Simian-Yofre, Isaas. Texto y Comentario (El Mensaje del Antiguo Testamento 12; Madrid: Atenas; Salamanca: Sgueme; Estella: Verbo Divino, 1995); Marvin A. Sweeney, Isaiah 1-39 with an Introduction to the Prophetic Literature (FOTL 16; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1996); Gene M. Tucker, The Book of Isaiah 1-39: Introduction, Commentary, and Reflections, in The New Interpreters Bible (ed. Leander E. Keck et al; Nashville: Abingdon, 2001) 6:25-305; 45-46, 51-58; Campegius Vitringa, Commentarius in librum prophetiarum Jesaiae (2 vols; 2d ed.; Leeuwarden: Henricus Halma, 1724); John D. W. Watts, Isaiah 1-33 (2d ed.; WBC 24; Waco: Word, 2005 [1985]); Barry Webb, The Message of Isaiah: On Eagles Wings (The Bible Speaks Today; Downers Grove: IinterVarsity Press, 1996); Hans Wildberger, Jesaja: 1. Teilband: Jesaja 1-12 (2d ed.; BKAT 10/1; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1980); ET Isaiah 1-12: A Commentary (tr. Thomas H. Trapp; Continental Commentary; Minneapolis: Fortress, 1991); Hugh G. M. Williamson, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Isaiah 1-27. Volume 1. Commentary on Isaiah 1-5 (ICC; London: T & T Clark, 2006); Edward Joseph Young, The Book of Isaiah: The English Text, with Introduction, Exposition, and Notes (3 vols.; NICOT; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1965, 1969, 1972); Joseph Ziegler, Das Buch Jesajas (EB; Wrzburg: Echter Verlag, 1958).

Monographs and Essays Relevant to the Study of Prophetic Literature


John Barton, Begrndungsversuche der prophetischen Unheilsankundigung im Alten Testament, EvT 47 (1987) 425-435; Joachim Begrich, Die priesterliche Tora, in Werden und Wesen des Alten Testaments (ed. Paul Volz et al; BZAW 66; Berlin: Tpelmann, 1936) 63-88; repr. in idem, Gesammelte Studien, 232-260; Richard Victor Bergren, The Prophets and the Law (HUCM 4: Cincinnati: Hebrew Union CollegeJewish Institute of Religion, 1974); Hans Jochen Boecker, Redeformen des Rechtlebens im Alten Testament (2d ed.; WMANT 14, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1970); idem, berlegungen zur Kultpolemik der vorexilischen Propheten, in Die Botschaft und die Boten: Festschrift fr Hans Walter Wolff zum 70. Geburtstag (ed. Jrg Jeremias and Lothar Perlitt; NeukirchenVluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1981) 169-180; Richard J. Clifford, The Use of HY in

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the Prophets, CBQ 28 (1966) 458-464; Edgar W. Conrad, Reading the Latter Prophets: Toward a New Canonical Criticism (JSOTSup 376; London: T & T Clark, 2003); Dwight R. Daniels, Is There a 'Prophetic Lawsuit' Genre?, ZAW 99 (1987) 339-360; Herbert Donner, Israel unter den Vlkern: Die Stellung der klassischen Propheten des 8. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. Zur Aussenpolitik der Knige von Israel und Juda (VTSup 11; Leiden: Brill, 1964); F. Charles Fensham, Common Trends in Curses of the Near Eastern Treaties and Kudurru-Inscriptions compared with Maledictions of Amos and Isaiah, ZAW 75 (1963) 155-75; Reinhard Fey, Amos und Jesaja: Abhngigkeit und Eigenstndigkeit des Jesaja (WMANT 12; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag); Erhard Gerstenberger, The Woe-Oracles of the Prophets, JBL 81 (1963) 393-408; Ernst Haag, Zion und Schilo: Tradition und Redaktion in Jer 7 und in Ps 78, in Die alttestamentliche Botschaft als Wegweisung: Festschrift fr Heinz H. Reinelt (ed. Josef Zmijewski, Stuttgart: Katholische Bibelwerk, 1990) 85-113; Erling Hammershaimb, On the Ethics of the Old Testament Prophets, in (VTSup 7; Leiden: Brill, 1960) 75-101; repr. in Some Aspects of Old Testament Prophecy from Isaiah to Malachi (Copenhagen: Rosenkilde og Bagger, 1966) 6390; Christof Hardmeier, Texttheorie und biblische Exegese: Zur rhetorischen Funktion der Trauermetaphorik in der Prophetie (Beitrge zur evangelischen Theologie 79; Munich: Chr. Kaiser, 1978; Julien Harvey, Le Rb-Pattern, rquisitoire prophtique sur la rupture de lalliance, Bibl 43 (1962) 172-196; idem, Le plaidoyer prophtique contre Isral aprs la rupture de lalliance (Studia 22; Bruges: Descle de Brouwer; Montreal: Bellarmin, 1967); Gerhard F. Hasel, The Remnant: The History and Theology of the Remnant Idea from Genesis to Isaiah (3d ed.; AUM 5; Berrien Springs: Andrews Univ. Press, 1980); idem, New Moon and Sabbath in Eighth Century Israelite Prophetic Writings (Isa 1,13; Hos 2,13; Am 8,5), in Wunschet Jerusalem Frieden. Collected Communications to the XIIth Congress of the International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament Jerusalem 1986 (ed. Matthias Augustin and Klaus.-Dietrich Schunck; BEATAJ 13; Frankfurt/Main: Lang, 1988) 37-64; Jutta Hausmann, Israels Rest: Studien zum Selbstverstndnis der nachexilischen Gemeinde (BWANT 124; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1987); Delbert R. Hillers, Hy and Hy-Oracles: A Neglected Syntactic Aspect, in The Word of the Lord Shall Go Forth: Essays in Honor of David Noel Freedman in Celebration of his Sixtieth Birthday (ed. Carol L. Meyers and Michael P. OConnor; Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1983) 185-88; Herbert B. Huffmon, The Covenant Lawsuit in the Prophets, JBL 78 (1959) 285-295; A. Vanlier Hunter, Seek the Lord! A Study of the Meaning and Function of the Exhortations in Amos, Hosea, Isaiah, Micah, and Zephaniah (Baltimore: St. Marys Seminary and University, 1982); Waldemar Janzen, Mourning Cry and Woe Oracle (BZAW 125; Berlin: De Gruyter, 1972); Hans Joachim Kraus [Krause falso], hj als profetische Leichenklage ber das eigene Volk im 8. Jahrhundert, ZAW 85 (1973) 15-46; Hanns-Martin Lutz, Jahwe, Jerusalem und die Vlker: Zur Vorgeschichte von Sach. 12, 1-8, und 14, 1-5 (WMANT 27; Neukirchen-Vluyn, Neukirchener Verlag, 1968); Roy F. Melugin, Recent Form Criticism Revisited in an Age of Reader Response, in The Changing Face of Form Criticism for the Twenty-first Century (ed. Marvin A. Sweeney and Ehud Ben Zvi; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2003) 46-64; Jacob Milgrom, The Nature and Extent of Idolatry in Eighth-Seventh Century Judah, HUCA 69 (1998) 1-13; Donald F. Murray, The Rhetoric of Disputation: Re-examination of a Prophetic Genre, JSOT 38 (1987) 95-121; Kirsten Nielsen, Yahweh as Prosecutor and Judge: An Investigation of the Prophetic Lawsuit (rb pattern) (JSOT Supplement Series 9, Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1978) 5-26; Stefan Paas, Creation and Judgement:Creation Texts in some Eighth Century Prophets (OTS 47; Leiden: Brill, 2003); Thomas Raitt, The Prophetic Summons to Repentance, ZAW 83 (1971) 30-49; Lnart de

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Regt, Person Shift in Prophetic Texts: Its Function and its Rendering in Ancient and Modern Translations, in The Elusive Prophet. The Prophet as a Historical Person, Literary Character and Anonymous Artist (ed. Johannes C. de Moor; OTS 45; Leiden: Brill, 2001) 214231; Michael de Roche, Yahwehs rb against Israel: A Reassessment of the So-called Prophetic Lawsuit, JBL 102 (1983) 563-74; Gary Stansell, Micah and Isaiah: A Form and Tradition Historical Comparison (SBLDS 85; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1988); K. Arvid Tngberg, Die prophetische Mahnrede: Form und traditiongeschichtliche Studien zum prophetischen Umkehrruf (FRLANT 143; Gttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1987); Gene M. Tucker, The Law in the Eighth Century Prophets, in Canon, Theology, and Old Testament Interpretation: Essays in Honor of Brevard Childs (ed. Gene M. Tucker, David L. Peterson, and Robert R. Wilson; Philadelphia: Fortress, 1988) 201-16; idem, Sin and Judgment in the Prophets, in Problems in Biblical Theology: Essays in Honor of Rolf Knierim (ed. Henry T. C. Sun et al.; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1997) 373-88; Timo Veijola, Die Propheten und das Alter des Sabbatgebotes in Prophet und Prophetenbuch: Festschrift fr Otto Kaiser (BZAW 185, Berlin: de Gruyter, 1989) 246-64; Jochen Vollmer, Geschichtliche Rckblicke und Motive in der Prophetie des Amos, Hosea und Jesaja (BZAW 119; Berlin: 1971) 145-49 [Isa 1:2-3]; 161-62 [Isa 1:10]; 162-63 [Isa 1:10]; Georg Warmuth, Das Mahnwort: Seine Bedeutung fr die Verkndigung der vorexilischen Propheten Amos, Hosea, Micha, Jesaja, und Jeremia (Beitrge zur biblischen Exegese und Theologie 1; Frankfurt: Lang, 1976); Moshe Weinfeld, Ancient Near Eastern Patterns in Prophetic Literature, VT 27 (1977) 178-95; Claus Westermann, Basic Forms of Old Testament Speech (tr. Hugh Clayton White; Philadelphia: Westminster, 1967); The Role of the Lament in the Theology of the Old Testament, Interpretation 28 (1974) 20-38; idem, Prophetic Oracles of Salvation in the Old Testament (tr. Keith Crim, Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 1991); Merold Westphal, Questions from the Prophets: Amos 4:13; 5:5-9; 9:5-6; Isa 1:2-23, in Living and Active Word of God; Studies in Honor of Samuel J. Schultz (ed. Morris Inch and Ronald Youngblood; Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 1983) 59-73; James G. Williams, The Alas-Oracles of the Eighth Century Prophets, HUCA 38 (1967) 75-91; Marc Wischnowsky, Tochter Zion. Aufnahme und berwindung der Stadtklage in den Prophetenschriften des Alten Testaments (WMANT 89; NeukirchenVluyn: Neukirchener-Verlag 2001); Hans Walter Wolff, Der Gerichtsverstndnis der alttestamentlichen Prophetie, EvTh 20 (1960) 218-35; idem, Das Thema Umkehr in der alttestamentlichen Prophetie, ZTK 48 (1951) 129-48; George Ernest Wright, The Lawsuit of God: A Form-critical Study of Deuteronomy 32, in Israels Prophetic Heritage: Essays in Honor of James Muilenburg (ed. Bernhard W. Anderson and Walter Harrelson; New York: Harper, 1962); Ernst Wrthwein, Der Ursprung der prophetischen Gerichtsrede, ZTK 48 (1952) 1-16; idem, Kultpolemik oder Kultbescheid? Beobachtungen zum Thema Prophetie und Kult, in Tradition und Situation: Studien zur alttestamentlichen Prophetie. Artur Weiser zum 70. Geburtstag [] dargebracht (ed. Ernst Wrthwein and Otto Kaiser; Gttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1963) 115-33.

Monographs and Essays Relevant to the Study of Isaiah 1-39


Peter R. Ackroyd, Isaiah 1-12: Presentation of a Prophet, in Congress Volume: Gttingen, 1977 (VTSup 29; Leiden: Brill, 1978) 16-48; repr. in idem, Studies in the Religious Tradition of the Old Testament (London: SCM, 1987) 79-104; idem, The Biblical Interpretation of the Reigns of Ahaz and Hezekiah, in In the Shelter of Elyon: Essays on

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Ancient Palestinian Life and Literature in Honour of G. W. Ahlstrm (ed. W. Boyd Barrick and John R. Spencer; JSOTSup 31; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1984) 247-259; Jess Maria Asurmendi, Droit et justice chez Isae, in Le jugement dans l'un et l'autre Testament. I. Mlanges offerts Raymond Kuntzmann (ed. Eberhard Bons; LD 197; Paris: Cerf, 2004) 149-163; Hermann Barth, Die Jesaja-Worte in der Josiazeit: Israel und Assur als Thema einer productiven Neuinterpretation der Jesajaberlieferung (WMANT 48; NeukirchenVluyn: Neukirchener, 1977); Jrg Barthel, Die Rckfrage nach der historische Jesaja, in Prophetie in Israel. Beitrge des Symposiums Das Alte Testament und die Kultur der Moderne anlsslich des 100. Geburtstags Gerhard von Rads (1901-1971), Heidelberg, 1821. Oktober 2001 (ed. Hugh G. M. Williamson, Irmtraud Fischer, and Konrad Schmid; ATM 11; Hamburg: Lit Verlag, 2003) 125-133; John Barton, Ethics in Isaiah of Jerusalem, JTS 32 (1981) 1-18; Uwe Becker, Jesaja - von der Botschaft zum Buch (FRLANT 178; Gttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1997); idem, Das Problem des historischen Jesaja, in Prophetie in Israel. Beitrge des Symposiums Das Alte Testament und die Kultur der Moderne anlsslich des 100. Geburtstags Gerhard von Rads (19011971), Heidelberg, 18-21. Oktober 2001 (ed. Hugh G. M. Williamson, Irmtraud Fischer, and Konrad Schmid; ATM 11; Hamburg: Lit Verlag, 2003) 117-124; Bob Becking, Chronology: A Skeleton without Flesh? Sennacheribs Campaign as a Case-Study, in Like a Bird in a Cage: The Invasion of Sennacherib in 701 BCE (ed. Lester L. Grabbe; JSOTSup 363; ESHM 4; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2003) 46-72; Joachim Begrich, Studien zu Deuterojesaja (BWANT 77; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1938; repr.; 2d ed.; TB 20; Munich: Kaiser, 1969); Ehud Ben Zvi, Malleability and its Limits: Sennacheribs Campaign against Judah as a Case-Study, in Like a Bird in a Cage: The Invasion of Sennacherib in 701 BCE (ed. Lester L. Grabbe; JSOTSup 363; ESHM 4; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2003) 73-105; Ulrich Berges, Das Buch Jesaja. Komposition und Endgestalt (HBS 26: Freiburg: Herder, 1998); Karl Budde, Zu Jesaja 15, ZAW 49 (1931) 16-40; David M. Carr, Reaching for Unity in Isaiah, JSOT 57 (1993) 61-80; idem, Reading Isaiah from Beginning (Isaiah 1) to End (Isaiah 65-66): Multiple Modern Possibilities, in New Visions of Isaiah (ed. Roy F. Melugin and Marvin A. Sweeney; JSOTSup 214; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996) 188-218; Brevard S. Childs, Isaiah and the Assyrian Crisis (SBT 2/3; London: SCM, 1967); idem, Retrospective Reading of the Old Testament Prophets, ZAW 108 (1996) 362-367; Erhard Blum, Jesaja und der des Amos: Unzeitgeme berlegungen zu Jes 5,25; 9,7-20; 10,1-4, DBAT 28 (1992/93) 75-95; idem, Jesajas prophetisches Testament. Beobachtungen zu Jes 1-11 (Teil I), ZAW 108 (1996) 547-68; idem, Jesajas prophetisches Testament. Beobachtungen zu Jes 1-11 (Teil II), ZAW 109 (1997) 12-29; Pietro Bovati, Le langage juridique du prophte Isae, in The Book of Isaiah. Le livre d'Isae. Les oracles et leurs relectures. Unit et complexit de l'ouvrage (ed. Jacques Vermeylen, BETL 81, Leuven: Leuven Univ. Press, 1989) 177-196; idem, Ristabilire la giustizia: procedure, vocabolario, orientamenti (AnBib 148; Rome: Biblical Institute Press, 1986); Re-Establishing Justice: Legal Terms, Concepts and Procedures in the Hebrew Bible (tr. Michael J. Smith; JSOTSup 105; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994); Christiaan H. W. Brekelmans, Deuteronomistic Influence in Isaiah 1-12, in The Book of Isaiah/Le livre d'Isae. Les oracles et leurs relectures. Unit et complexit de l'ouvrage (ed. Jacques Vermeylen; BETL 81; Leuven: Peeters, 1989) 167-76; Ronald E. Clements, Isaiah and the Deliverance of Jerusalem: A Study of the Interpretation of Prophecy in the Old Testament (JSOTSup 13, Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1980); Edgar W. Conrad, Reading Isaiah (OBT, Minneapolis:

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Fortress Press, 1991); Kathryn Pfisterer Darr, Isaiahs Vision and the Family of God (Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 1994); Andrew Davies, Double Standards in Isaiah: Re-evaluating Prophetic Ethics and Divine Justice (BIS 46; Leiden: Brill, 2000); Eryl W. Davies, Prophecy and Ethics: Isaiah and the Ethical Traditions of Israel (JSOTSup 16, Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1981); Scholastika Deck, Die Gerichtsbotschaft Jesajas: Charakter und Begrndung (FzB 67; Wrzburg: Echter Verlag, 1991); Walter Dietrich, Jesaja und die Politik (BEvT 74; Munich: Chr. Kaiser, 1976); Seth Erlandsson, The Burden of Babylon: A Study of Isaiah 13:3-14:23 (tr. George J. Houser; Coniectiana Biblica OT Series 4; Lund: Gleerup, 1970); Alexander B. Ernst, Weisheitliche Kultkritik. Zu Theologie und Ethik des Sprchebuchs und der Prophetie des 8. Jahrhunderts (BThSt 23, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1994); Johannes Fichtner, Jesaja unter den Weisen, TLZ 74 (1979) 75-80; idem, Die Umkehrung in der prophetischen Botschaft: Eine Studie zu dem Verhltnis von Schuld und Gericht in der Verkndigung Jesajas, TLZ 78 (1953) 459-66; Irmtraud Fischer, Tora fr Israel - Tora fr die Vlker. Das Konzept des Jesajabuches (Stuttgarter Bibelstudien 164, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1995); Georg Fohrer, The Origin, Composition, and Tradition of Isaiah I-XXXIX, ALUOS 3 (1961) 3-38; William R. Gallagher, Sennacheribs Campaign to Judah: New Studies (SHCANE 18; Leiden: Brill, 1999); Friedrich Giesebrecht, Beitrge zur Jesajakritik: Nebst einer Studie ber prophetische Schriftstellerei (Gttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1890); Yehoshua Gitay, Reflections on the Study of the Prophetic Discourse: the Question of Isaiah I 2-20," VT 33 (1983) 207-221; repr. in Prophecy in the Hebrew Bible: Selected Studies from "Vetus Testamentum" (ed. David E. Orton; Brills Readers in Biblical Studies 5; Leiden: Brill, 2000); idem, Isaiah and the Syro-Ephraimite War, in The Book of Isaiah/Le livre d'Isae. Les oracles et leurs relectures. Unit et complexit de l'ouvrage (ed. Jacques Vermeylen, BETL 81, Leuven: Leuven Univ. Press, 1989) 217-230; Francolino J. Gonalves, Lexpdition de Sennachrib en Palestine dans la littrature hbraque ancienne (b 7; Paris: Gabalda, 1986; Lester L. Grabbe, Introduction, in Like a Bird in a Cage: The Invasion of Sennacherib in 701 BCE (ed. Lester L. Grabbe; JSOTSup 363; ESHM 4; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 2003) 2-43; idem, Of Mice and Dead Men: Herodotus 2.141 and Sennacheribs Campaign in 701 BCE, in ibid, 119-140; idem, Conclusions, in ibid, 308-323; Christof Hardmeier, Verkndigung und Schrift bei Jesaja. Zur Entstehung der Schriftprophetie als Oppositionsliteratur im alten Israel, TGl 73 (1983) 119-34; idem, Jesajaforschung im Umbruch, VF 31 (1986) 3-31; John R. Hayes and Stuart A. Irvine, Isaiah: The Eighth-Century Prophet: His Times and His Preaching (Nashville: Abingdon, 1987); Jesper Hgenhaven, Gott und Volk bei Jesaja: Eine Untersuchung zur biblischen Theologie (ATDan 24; Leiden: Brill, 1988) 63-64 [Isa 1:9, 10]; 210 -212 [Isa 1:10-17]; 220224; Hans Werner Hoffmann, Die Intention der Verkndigung Jesajas (BZAW 136; Berlin: De Gruyter, 1974); Rudolf Kilian, Jesaja 1-39 (EdF 200; Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1983); Ernst Axel Knauf, 701: Sennacherib at the Berezina, in Like a Bird in a Cage: The Invasion of Sennacherib in 701 BCE (ed. Lester L. Grabbe; JSOTSup 363; ESHM 4; London: Sheffield Academic Press, 2003) 141-149 [Isa 1:7-9]; Klaus Koch, Damnation and Salvation: Prophetic Metahistory and the Rise of Eschatology in the Book of Isaiah, ExAud 6 (1990) 5-13; Matthias Kckert, Das Problem des historischen Jesaja, in Prophetie in Israel. Beitrge des Symposiums Das Alte Testament und die Kultur der Moderne anlsslich des 100. Geburtstags Gerhard von Rads (1901-1971), Heidelberg, 1821. Oktober 2001 (ed. Hugh G. M. Williamson, Irmtraud Fischer, and Konrad Schmid; ATM 11; Hamburg: Lit Verlag, 2003) 105-116; Zoltn Kustar, Durch seine Wunden sind wir geheilt. Eine Untersuchung zur Metaphorik von Israels Krankheit und Heilung im

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Jesajabuch (BWANT 154; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2002); Rmi Lack, La Symbolique de Livre dIsae; essai sur limage littraire comme element de structuration (Rome: Biblical Institute Press, 1973); Leon J. Liebreich, The Compilation of the Book of Isaiah, JQR 46 (1955/56) 259-77; 47 (1956/57) 114-38; James Limburg, The Root ryb and the Prophetic Lawsuit Speeches, JBL 88 (1969); Robert J. Marshall, The Structure of Isa 1-12, BR 7 (1962) 19-32; 26-28; idem, The Unity of Isa 1-12, LQ 14 (1962) 21-38; Walter Mayer, Sennacheribs Campaign of 701 BCE: The Assyrian View, in Like a Bird in a Cage: The Invasion of Sennacherib in 701 BCE (ed. Lester L. Grabbe; JSOTSup 363; ESHM 4; London: Sheffield Academic Press, 2003) 168-200; David G. Meade, Authorship, Revelation, and Canon in the Prophetic Tradition, in Pseudonymity and Canon: An Investigation into the Relationship of Authorship and Authority in Jewish and Christian Tradition (WUNT 39; Tbingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1986; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1987) 1541; Jacob Milgrom, Did Isaiah Prophesy During the Reign of Uzziah? VT 14 (1964) 164182; 174-177; Hinckley G. T. Mitchell, Isaiah on the Fate of his People and their Capital, JBL 37 (1918) 149-62; Nadav Naaman, Updating the Messages: Hezekiahs Second Prophetic Story (2 Kings 19.9b-35) and the Community of Babylonian Deportees, in Like a Bird in a Cage: The Invasion of Sennacherib in 701 BCE (ed. Lester L. Grabbe; JSOTSup 363; ESHM 4; London: Sheffield Academic Press, 2003) 202-220; Kirsten Nielsen, Das Bild des Gerichts (Rb Pattern) in Jes i-xii, VT 29 (1979) 309-24; Robert H. OConnell, Concentricity and Continuity. The Literary Structure of Isaiah (JSOTSup 188; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994; Heide-Marie Pfaff, Die Entwicklung des Restgedankens in Jesaja 1-39 (EHS.T 561). Verlag Peter Lang, Frankfurt/Main u. a. 1996; Lothar Perlitt, Jesaja und die Deuteronomisten, in Prophet und Prophetenbuch. Festschrift fr Otto Kaiser zum 65.Geburtstag (ed. Volkmar Fritz, BZAW 185; Berlin: de Gruyter 1989) 133149; Renatus Porath, Die Sozialkritik im Jesajabuch. Redaktionsgeschichtliche Analyse (EHS.T 503). Verlag Peter Lang, Frankfurt/Main u. a. 1994; Georg Sauer, Die Umkehrforderung in der Verkundigung Jesajas, in Wort Gebot Glaube (Fest. Walter Eichrodt; ed. H.-J. Stoebe; ATANT 59; Zurich: Zwingli, 1970) 277-295; Christopher Seitz, Zions Final Destiny: The Development of the Book of Isaiah (Minneapolis: Fortress, 1991); Marvin A. Sweeney, Isaiah 1-4 and the Post-exilic Understanding of the Isaianic Tradition (BZAW 171; Berlin: De Gruyter, 1988) 21-24; 101-33; idem, Isaiah 1-39 with an Introduction to the Prophetic Literature (FOTL 16; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1996); idem, The Book of Isaiah as Prophetic Torah, in New Visions of Isaiah (ed. Roy F. Melugin and Marvin A. Sweeney; JSOTSup 214; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996) 50-67; Anthony J. Tomasino, Isaiah 1.1-2.4 and 63-66, and the Composition of the Isaianic Corpus, JSOT 57 (1993) 81-98; repr. in The Prophets (ed. Philip R. Davies, The Biblical Seminar 42; A Sheffield Reader; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996) 147-163; Jacques Vermeylen, Du prophte Isae lapocalyptique: Isae I-XXXV, miroir dun demimillnaire dexperience religieuse en Israel (2 vols.; b; Paris: Gabalda, 1977-78); Ernst Vogt, Sennacherib und die letzte Ttigkeit Jesajas, Bib 47 (1966) 427-437; idem, Der Aufstand Hiskias und die Belagerung Jerusalems 701 v. Chr. (AnBib 106; Rome: Biblical Institute Press, 1986); Wolfgang Werner, Eschatologische Texte in Jesaja 1-39: Messias, Heiliger Rest, Vlker (2d ed.; FzB 46; Wrzburg: Echter, 1986); J. William Whedbee, Isaiah and Wisdom (Nashville: Abingdon, 1971); Hugh G. M. Williamson, The Book Called Isaiah: Deutero-Isaiahs Role in Composition and Redaction (Oxford: Clarendon, 1994) idem, Synchronic and Diachronic in Isaianic Perspective, in Synchronic and Diachronic? A Debate on Method in Old Testament Exegesis (ed. Johannes C. de Moor; OTS 34; Leiden: Brill, 1995) 211-26; idem, Isaiah and the Holy One of Israel, in Biblical

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Martin G. Abegg, Jr., Peter W. Flint, and Eugene C. Ulrich, The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible: The Oldest Known Bible Translated for the First Time into English (San Francisco: HarperCollins, 1999) 271-272; Peter R. Ackroyd, Isaiah 1-12: Presentation of a Prophet, in Congress Volume: Gttingen, 1977 (VTSup 29; Leiden: Brill, 1978) 16-48; repr. in idem, Studies in the Religious Tradition of the Old Testament (London: SCM, 1987) 79-104; 87, 99; Luis Alonso Schkel, Estudios de potica hebrea (Barcelona: Juan Flors, 1963) 87-92 [Isa1], 110-113 [Isa1:2-20], 165-169 [Isa1], 220 [Isa1:2-9], 239-240 [Isa1:2-20], 260-262 [Isa1]; Robert Alter, The Art of Biblical Poetry (New York: Basic Books, 1985) 142-146 [Isa1:2-9]; Jess Maria Asurmendi, Droit et justice chez Isae, in Le jugement dans l'un et l'autre Testament. I. Mlanges offerts Raymond Kuntzmann (ed. Eberhard Bons; LD 197; Paris: Cerf, 2004) 149-163; 154-156 [Isa1:10-17]; Randall C. Bailey, "They Shall Become as White as Snow:" When Bad is Turned to Good, Semeia 76 (1996) 99-113 [Isa1:18]; Gianni Barbiero, "Venite, discutiamo"! Lettura unitaria di Isa 1,2-20, Salesianum 51 (1989) 811-824; Hermann Barth, Die Jesaja-Worte in der Josiazeit: Israel und Assur als Thema einer productiven Neuinterpretation der Jesajaberlieferung (WMANT 48; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener, 1977) 190-191 [Isa 1:9], 217-222 [Isa 1], 286-287; Dominique Barthlemy, ed., Critique textuelle de lAncien Testament 2: Isae, Jrmie, Lamentations (OBO 50/2; Fribourg/Gttingen: ditiones Universitaires /Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1986) 1-9; Joachim Becker, Isaias - Der Prophet und sein Buch (SBS 30, Stuttgart: Calwer, 1968) 45-46; Uwe Becker, Jesaja - von der Botschaft zum Buch (FRLANT 178; Gttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1997) 175-199; Joachim Begrich, Der Satzstil im Fnfer, ZS 9 (1933-34) 169-209; 203-209; repr. in idem, Gesammelte Studien zum Alten Testament (ed. Walther Zimmerli; TB 21; Munich: Chr. Kaiser, 1964) 132-67; 163-67 [Isa 1:10-14]; idem, Die priesterliche Tora, in Werden und Wesen des Alten Testaments (ed. Paul Volz et al; BZAW 66; Berlin: Tpelmann, 1936) 63-88; repr. in idem, Gesammelte Studien, 232-260 [Isa 1:10-17]; idem, Studien zu Deuterojesaja (BWANT 77; Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1938; repr.; 2d ed.; TB 20; Munich: Kaiser, 1969) 2648; 20, 27 [Isa 1:18]; Ehud Ben Zvi, Isaiah 1:4-9, Isaiah, and the Events of 701 B.C.E. in Judah, JSOT 57 (1993) 61-80 = Isaiah 1:4-9, Isaiah, and the Events of 701 BCE in Judah: A Question of Premise and Evidence, SJOT 1 (1991) 95-111; Ulrich Berges, Das Buch Jesaja, Komposition und Endgestalt (HBS 16, Freiburg: Herder, 1998) 58-68; idem, Personifications and Prophetic Voices of Zion, in The Elusive Prophet: The Prophet as a Historical Person, Literary Character and Anonymous Artist (ed. Johannes C. De Moor; OTS 45; Leiden: Brill, 2001) 54-82; 56-58 [Isa 1:2-8]; Ronald Bergey, The Song of Moses (Deuteronomy 32.1-43) and Isaianic Prophecies: A Case of Early Intertextuality? JSOT 28 (2003) 33-54 [Isa 1]; Richard Victor Bergren, The Prophets and the Law (HUCM 4: Cincinnati: Hebrew Union CollegeJewish Institute of Religion, 1974) 118-139; Adele Berlin, The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism (Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1985) 9799, 137 [Isa 1:3], 37 [Isa 1:19-20]; Willem A. M. Beuken, The Manifestation of Yahweh

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and the Commission of Isaiah: Isaiah 6 Read Against the Background of Isaiah 1, CTJ 39 (2004) 72-87; idem, The Literary Emergence of Zion as a City in the First Opening of the Book of Isaiah (1,1-2,5), in Gott und Mensch im Dialog. Festschrift fr Otto Kaiser zum 80. Geburtstag. Bd. 1 (ed. Markus Witte; BZAW 345; Berlin: de Gruyter 2004) 457470 [Isa 1:8]; Anders J. Bjrndalen, Untersuchungen zur allegorischen Rede der Propheten Amos und Jesaja (BZAW 165; Berlin: de Gruyter, 1986) 177-1, 85 [Isa1:2-3], 189-208 [Isa1:4-9]; idem, Zur Frage der Echtheit von Jesaja 1,2-3, 1,4-7 und 5,1-7, NTT 83 (1982) 89-100 [Isa1:2-7]; Erhard Blum, Jesajas prophetisches Testament: Beobachtungen zu Jes 1-11, Teil I, ZAW 108 (1996) 547-568; 564, n. 77; idem, Jesajas prophetisches Testament: Beobachtungen zu Jes 1-11, Teil II, ZAW 109 (1997) 12-29; 28, n. 71 [Isa 1:4-8]; Hans Jochen Boecker, Redeformen des Rechtlebens im Alten Testament (2d ed.; WMANT 14, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1970) 68-69 [Isa 1:18-20]; 83-84 [Isa 1:2-3]; idem, berlegungen zur Kultpolemik der vorexilischen Propheten, in Die Botschaft und die Boten: Festschrift fr Hans Walter Wolff zum 70. Geburtstag (ed. Jrg Jeremias and Lothar Perlitt; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1981) 169-180; 175-176 [Isa 1:1017]; Rykle Borger, Johannisbrot in der Bibel und im Midrasch, ZAH 14 (2001) 1-19 [Isa 1:20]; Pietro Bovati, Le langage juridique du prophte Isae, in The Book of Isaiah. Le livre d'Isae. Les oracles et leurs relectures. Unit et complexit de l'ouvrage (ed. Jacques Vermeylen, BETL 81, Leuven: Leuven Univ. Press, 1989) 177-196; 177-190; idem, Ristabilire la giustizia: procedure, vocabolario, orientamenti (AnBib 148; Rome: Biblical Institute Press, 1986); Re-Establishing Justice: Legal Terms, Concepts and Procedures in the Hebrew Bible (tr. Michael J. Smith; JSOTSup 105; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1994) 77-79; Christiaan H. W. Brekelmans, Deuteronomistic Influence in Isaiah 1-12, in The Book of Isaiah/Le livre d'Isae. Les oracles et leurs relectures. Unit et complexit de l'ouvrage (ed. Jacques Vermeylen; BETL 81; Leuven: Peeters, 1989) 167-76, 172-74 [Isa 1:18-20]; Sebastian Brock, Text Divisions in the Syriac Translations of Isaiah, in Biblical Hebrews, Biblical Texts: Essays in Memory of Michael P. Weitzman (ed. Ada RapoportAlbert and Gillian Greenberg, JSOTSup 333; The Hebrew Bible and its Versions 2; Sheffield; Sheffield Academic Press, 2001) 200-221; 205, 209; Francis Brown, The Measurements of Hebrew Poetry as an Aid to Literary Analysis, JBL 9 (1890) 71-106; 8285 [Isa 1]; Karl Budde, Zu Jesaja 1-5, ZAW 49 (1931) 16-40; 19-31; Frants Buhl, Zu Jes 1,5, ZAW 36 (1916) 117 [Isa 1:5]; David M. Carr, Reading Isaiah from Beginning (Isaiah 1) to End (Isaiah 65-66): Multiple Modern Possibilities, in New Visions of Isaiah (ed. Roy F. Melugin and Marvin A. Sweeney, JSOTSup 214, Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1996) 188-218; 190, 197-204 [Isa 1:2-9; 1:10-31]; Brevard S. Childs, Isaiah and the Assyrian Crisis (SBT 2/3; London: SCM, 1967) 21-22 [Isa 1:4-9]; idem, Retrospective Reading of the Old Testament Prophets, ZAW 108 (1996) 362-367 [Isa 1]; Walter T. Claassen, Linguistic Arguments and the Dating of Isaiah 1:4-9, JNSL 3 (1974) 1-18; Ronald E. Clements, Prophecy and Covenant (SBT 43; London: SCM, 1965) 10-17, 18-31; idem, Prophecy and Tradition (Atlanta: John Knox, 1975) 20; idem, Isaiah and the Deliverance of Jerusalem: A Study of the Interpretation of Prophecy in the Old Testament (JSOTSup 13, Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1980) 34-36 [Isa 1:4-9]; Richard J. Clifford, The Use of HY in the Prophets, CBQ 28 (1966) 458-464 [Isa 1:4]; Chaim Cohen, "A Philological Reevaluation of Some Significant DSS Variants of the MT in Isa 1-5," in Diggers at the Well: Proceedings of a Third International Symposium on the Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Ben Sira (ed. Takamitsu Muraoka and John F. Elwolde; STDJ 36; Leiden: Brill, 2000) 40-55; idem, The Enclitic-mem in Biblical Hebrew, in Sefer Moshe. The Moshe Weinfeld Jubilee Volume: Studies in the Bible and the Ancient Near East, Qumran, and

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Post-Biblical Judaism (ed. Chaim Cohen, Avi Hurvitz, and Shalom M. Paul; Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns, 2004) 231-260; 245-248 [Isa 1:18]; Albert Condamin, Les chapitres I et II du livre dIsae, RB 1 (1904) 7-26 [Isa 1-2]; Edgar W. Conrad, Reading Isaiah (OBT, Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1991) 87-89; 96-100; 102; idem, Reading the Latter Prophets: Toward a New Canonical Criticism (JSOTSup 376; London: T & T Clark, 2003) 197, 199, 201; Frank Crsemann, Studien zur Formgeschichte von Hymnus und Danklied in Israel (WMANT 32; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1969) 163-164 [Isa 1:4-9]; Robert D. Culver, Isaiah 1:18: Declaration, Exclamation, or Interrogation? JETS 12 (1969) 133141; Mitchell J. Dahood, Hebrew-Ugaritic Lexicography IV, Bib 47 (1966) 412 [Isa 1:18]; Dwight R. Daniels, Is There a 'Prophetic Lawsuit' Genre?, ZAW 99 (1987) 339360; 347-350; 354-360 [Isa 1:2-3]; Kathryn Pfisterer Darr, Isaiahs Vision and the Family of God (Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 1994) 56-59; Andrew Davies, Double Standards in Isaiah: Re-evaluating Prophetic Ethics and Divine Justice (BIS 46; Leiden: Brill, 2000); Eryl W. Davies, Prophecy and Ethics: Isaiah and the Ethical Traditions of Israel (JSOTSup 16, Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1981) 40-64 [Isa 1:2-3]; Scholastika Deck, Die Gerichtsbotschaft Jesajas: Charakter und Begrndung (FzB 67; Wrzburg: Echter Verlag, 1991) 99-114 [Isa 1:2-9]; Matthias Delcor, Les attaches litraires, lorigine et la signification de lexpression biblique prendre temoin le ciel et la terre, VT 16 (1966) 825; 19-24 [Isa 1:2-3]; Walter Dietrich, Jesaja und die Politik (BEvT 74; Munich: Chr. Kaiser, 1976) 49-50 [Isa 1:10-17], 122-24 [Isa 1:18-20], 191-3 [Isa 1:4-9]; Herbert Donner, Israel unter den Vlkern: Die Stellung der klassischen Propheten des 8. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. Zur Aussenpolitik der Knige von Israel und Juda (VTSup 11; Leiden: Brill, 1964) 119-121 [Isa 1:4-9]; John A. Emerton, The Historical Background of Isaiah 1:4-9, in Avraham Malamat Volume (ed. Shmuel Ahituv and Baruch A. Levine; Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1993 = ErIs 24) 34-40; Alexander B. Ernst, Weisheitliche Kultkritik. Zu Theologie und Ethik des Sprchebuchs und der Prophetie des 8. Jahrhunderts (BThSt 23, Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 1994) [Isa 1:10-17]; F. Charles Fensham, Widow, Orphan, and the Poor in Ancient Near Eastern Legal and Wisdom Literature, JNES 21 (1962) 129-39 [Isa 1:17]; idem, Common Trends in Curses of the Near Eastern Treaties and Kudurru-Inscriptions compared with Maledictions of Amos and Isaiah, ZAW 75 (1963) 155-75; 164-66 [Isa 1:7]; idem, Father and Son as Terminology for Treaty and Covenant, in Near Eastern Studies in Honor of William Foxwell Albright (ed. Hans Goedicke; Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1971) 121-135 [Isa 1:2-3]; Johannes Fichtner, Jesaja unter den Weisen, TLZ 74 (1979) 75-80 [Isa 1:10-17]; idem, Die Umkehrung in der prophetischen Botschaft: Eine Studie zu dem Verhltnis von Schuld und Gericht in der Verkndigung Jesajas, TLZ 78 (1953) 459-66; Irmtraud Fischer, Tora fr Israel - Tora fr die Vlker. Das Konzept des Jesajabuches (Stuttgarter Bibelstudien 164, Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 1995) [Isa 1:10]; Aloysius Fitzgerald, BTWLT and BT as Titles for Capital Cities, CBQ 37 (1975) 167-183 [Isa 1:8]; Georg Fohrer, Jesaja 1 als Zusammenfassung der Verkndigung Jesajas, ZAW 74 (1962) 251-68; repr. in Studien zur alttestamentlichen Prophetie (1949-1965) (BZAW 99; Berlin: Tpelmann, 1967) 148-66; 150-63; Jan P. Fokkelman, Reading Biblical Poetry: An Introductory Guide (tr. Inkee Smit; Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2001) 3-5, 100-108; Hans F. Fuhs, Der Reichtum der Armen: Eine Betrachtung im Anschlu an Jes 1,10-17, TGl 77 (1987) 218-224 [Isa 1:1017]; Kemper Fullerton, The Rhythmical Analysis of Is 1, 10-20, JBL 38 (1919) 53-63 [Isa 1:10-20]; Maximiliano Garca Cordero, El Santo de Israel, in Mlanges bibliques rdigs en lhonneur de Andr Robert (Paris: Bloud & Gay) 165-73 [Isa 1:4]; Berend Gemser, The Rb or Controversy-Pattern in Hebrew Mentality, in Wisdom in Israel and in the Ancient

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