Introduction to the Old Testament as Scripture

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JONAH

Commentaries

C. F. Keil, BC, 1868

F. Hitzig, H. Steiner, KeH, 41881

G. A. Smith, ExB, 1898, (21928)

A. van Hoonacker, ÉB, 1908

J. A. Bewer, ICC, 1912

W. Nowack, HKAT, 31922

G. W. Wade, WC, 1925

E. Sellin, KAT, 2–31929

G. A. F. Knight, TB, 1950

J. D. Smart, IB, 1956

A. Feuillet, JB, 21960

M. Delcor, SB, 1961

T. H. Robinson, HAT, 31964

C. A. Keller, CAT, 1965

A. Weiser, ATD, 51967

W. Rudolph, KAT2, 1971

H. W. Wolff, BK, 1977


Bibliography

G. C. Aalders,The Problem of the Book of Jonah, London 1948; E. J. Bickermann,Four Strange Books of the Bible, New York 1967; S. H. Blank, ']Doest Thou Well to be Angry?] A Study in Self Pity', HUCA 26, 1953, 29–41; W. Böhme, 'Die Composition des Buches Jona', ZAW 7, 1887, 224–84; K. Budde, Vermutungen zum 'Midrasch des Buches der Könige', ZAW 12, 1892, 40–51; M. Burrows, 'The Literary Category of the Book of Jonah', Translating and Understanding the Old Testament, Essays in Honor of H. G. May, ed. H. T. Frank and W. L. Reed, Nashville 1970, 80–107; R. E. Clements, 'The Purpose of the Book of Jonah', SVT 28, 1975, 16–28; G. H. Cohn,Das Buch jona im Lichte der biblischen Erzählkunst, Assen 1965; J. Ellul,The Judgment of Jonah, ET Grand Rapids 1971; G. I. Emmerson, 'Another Look at the Book of Jonah', ExpT 88, 1976, 86f; I. H. Eybers, 'The Purpose of the Book of Jonah', Theologia Evangélica 4, Pretoria 1971, 211–22; P. Fairbairn,yonaA.His Life, Character and Mission, Edinburgh 1849, reprinted Grand Rapids 1964; A. Fáj, 'The Stoic Features of the Book of Jonah', Annali dell' lstituto Oriéntale di Napoli 34, Naples 1974, 309–45; A. Feuillet, 'Les sources du livre de Jonas', RB 54, 1947,

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