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

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Berg, S. B. (1979), The Book of Esther: Motifs, Themes, and Structures, SBLDS 44 (Missoula, Mont.: Scholars Press). Find it in your Library

Bronner, L. L. (1994), From Eve to Esther: Rabbinic Reconstructions of Biblical Women, Gender and the Biblical Tradition, 4 (Louisville, Ky.: Westminster/John Knox). Find it in your Library

Clines, D. J. A. (1984), The Esther Scroll: The Story of the Story, JSOTSup 30 (Sheffield: JSOT). Find it in your Library

———(1988), ‘Esther’, HBC, 387–94. Find it in your Library

Crawford, S. A. W. (1989), ‘Esther: A Feminine Model for the Jewish Diaspora’, in Peggy L. Day (ed.), Gender and Difference (Philadelphia: Fortress), 161–77. Find it in your Library

———(1992), ‘Esther’, in Carol A. Newsom and Sharon H. Ringe (eds.), The Women's Bible Commentary (Knoxville, Ten.: Westminster John Knox). Find it in your Library

Day, L. (1995), Three Faces of a Queen: Characterization in the Book of Esther, JSOTSup 186 (Sheffield: JSOT). Find it in your Library

Fox, M. V. (1990), The Redaction of the Book of Esther (Atlanta: Scholars Press). Find it in your Library

Fuchs, E. (1982), ‘Status and Role of Female Heroines in the Biblical Narrative’, Mankind Quarterly, 23:149–60. Find it in your Library

Gendler, M. (1976), ‘The Restoration of Vashti’, in Elizabeth Koltun (ed.), The Jewish Woman: New Perspectives (New York: Schocken Books), 241–47. Find it in your Library

Hallo, W. W. (1983), ‘The First Purim’, BA 46: 19–29. Find it in your Library

Hoglund, K. (1992), Achaemenid Imperial Administration in Syria-Palestine and the Missions of Ezra and Nehemiah, SBLDS 125 (Atlanta: Scholars Press). Find it in your Library

Humphreys, W. L. (1973), ‘A Lifestyle for Diaspora: A Study of the Tales of Esther and David’, JBL 92: 211–23. Find it in your Library

LaCocque, A. (1990), The Feminine Unconventional: Four Subversive Figures in Israel's Tradition (Minneapolis: Fortress). Find it in your Library

Meinhold, A. (1969), Die Diasporanovelle—eine alttestamentliche Gattung, Th.D. diss., Ernst-Moritz-Arndt Universität, Greifswald. Find it in your Library

———(1975–6) ‘Die Gattung der Josephsgeschichte und des Estherbuches: Diasporanovelle, I, II’, ZAW 87: 306–24; 88: 79–83. Find it in your Library

Moore, C. A. (1971), Esther: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary. AB 7B. Find it in your Library

———(1992), ‘Esther, Book of’, ABD 2. 633–43. Find it in your Library

Niditch, S. and Doran, R. (1977), ‘The Success Story of the Wise Courtier: A Formal Approach’, JBL 92: 179–93. Find it in your Library

Paton, L. B. (1908), A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Esther, ICC (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark). Find it in your Library

Smith, D. L. (1989), The Religion of the Landless: The Sociology of the Babylonian Exile (Bloomington, Ind.: Meyer-Stone). Find it in your Library

Talmon, S. (1963), ‘Wisdom in the Book of Esther’, VT 13: 419–55. Find it in your Library

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