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

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Ackroyd, P. R. (1987), ‘Isaiah 1–12: Presentation of a Prophet’, ‘Isaiah 36–39: Structure and Function’, ‘An Interpretation of the Babylonian Exile: A Study of II Kings 20 and Isaiah 38–39’, and ‘The Death of Hezekiah’, in his Studies in the Religious Tradition of the Old Testament (London: SCM), 79–104, 105–20, 152–71, and 172–80.

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Begg, C. T. (1989), ‘Babylon in the Book of Isaiah’, in J. Vermeylen (ed.), The Book of Isaiah, BETL 131 (Leuven: Leuven University Press), 121–5.

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Carroll, R. P. (1979), When Prophecy Failed (London: SCM).

——— (1981), From Chaos to Covenant (London: SCM).

——— (1992), ‘Co-opting the Prophets: Nehemiah and Noadiah’, in E. Ulrich, J. W. Wright, R. P. Carroll, and P. R. Davies (eds.), Priests, Prophets and Scribes: FS J. Blenkinsopp, JSOTSup 149 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press), 87–99.

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——— (1980b), Isaiah and the Deliverance of Jerusalem, JSOTSup 13 (Sheffield: JSOT).

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——— (1989), ‘Isaiah 14, 22–27: A Central Passage Reconsidered’, in J. Vermeylen (ed.), The Book of Isaiah (Leuven: Leuven University Press), 253–62.

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Clines, D. J. A. (1976), I, He, We, and They: A Literary Approach to Isaiah 53, JSOTSup 1 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Conrad, E. W. (1985), ‘The Community as King in Second Isaiah’, in J. T. Butler, E. W. Conrad, and B. C. Ollenburger (eds.), Understanding the Word: FS B. W. Anderson, JSOTSup 37 (Sheffield: JSOT), 99–111.

——— (1991), Reading Isaiah (Minneapolis: Fortress).

Cryer, F. H. (1994), Divination in Ancient Israel and its Near Eastern Environment, JSOTSup 142 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Davies, G. I. (1989), ‘The Destiny of the Nations in the Book of Isaiah’, in J. Vermeylen (ed.), The Book of Isaiah (Leuven: Leuven University Press), 93–120.

Day, J. (1980), ‘A Case of Inner Scriptural Interpretation: The Dependence of Isaiah xxvi.13–xxvii.11 on Hosea xiii.4–xiv.10 (Eng. 9) and its Relevance to Some Theories of the Redaction of the Isaiah Apocalypse’, JTS NS 31: 309–19.

Dicou, B. (1994), Edom, Israel's Brother and Antagonist: The Role of Edom in Biblical Prophecy and Story, JSOTSup 169 (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press).

Eaton, J. H. (1979), Festal Drama in Deutero Isaiah (London: SPCK).

——— (1982), ‘The Isaiah Tradition’, in R. Coggins, A. Phillips, and M. Knibb (eds.), Israel's Prophetic Tradition (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 58–76.

Eissfeldt, O. (1962), ‘The Promises of Grace to David in Isaiah 55:1–5 ’, in B. W. Anderson and W. Harrelson (eds.), Israel's Prophetic Heritage: FS J. Muilenburg (London: SCM), 196–207.

——— (1965), The Old Testament: An Introduction (Oxford: Blackwell).

Emerton, J. A. (1982), ‘The Translation and Interpretation of Isaiah vi. 13’, in Interpreting the Hebrew Bible: Essays in Honour of E. I. J. Rosenthal (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 85–118.

——— (1992), ‘The Translation of Isaiah 5:1 ’, in F. Garcia Martinez, A. Hilhorst, and C. J. Labuschagne (eds.), The Scriptures and the Scrolls: Essays in Honour of A. S. van der Woude (Leiden: Brill), 18–30.

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Fohrer, G. (1967), ‘Jesaja 1 als Zusammenfassung der Verkündigung Jesajas’, in his Studien zur alttestamentlichen Prophetie, BZAW 99 (Berlin: de Gruyter), 148–66.

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Gosse, B. (1988), Isaïe 13, 1–14, 23 dans la tradition littéraire du livre d'Isaïe et dans la tradition des oracles contre les nations, OBO 78 (Fribourg: Universitätsverlag).

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Henry, M.-L. (1967), Glaubenskrise und Glaubensbewährung in den Dichtungen der Jesajaapokalypse (Stuttgart: Kohlhammer).

Jacob, E. (1987), Esaïe 1–12, CAT 8a (Geneva: Labor et Fides).

Jenkins, A. K. (1989), ‘The Development of the Isaiah Tradition in Isaiah 13–23’, in J. Vermeylen (ed.), The Book of Isaiah (Leuven: Leuven University Press).

Jensen, J. (1973), The Use of tora by Isaiah, CBQMS 3 (Washington: Catholic Biblical Association).

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Johnson, A. R. (1955), ‘Mashal’, in M. Noth and D. Winton Thomas (eds.), Wisdom in Israel and in the Ancient Near East, VTSup 3 (Leiden: Brill), 162–9.

Johnson, D. G. (1988), From Chaos to Restoration: An Integrative Reading of Isaiah 24–27, JSOTSup 61 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Jones, G. H. (1971), ‘Abraham and Cyrus: Type and Anti-Type?’, VT 22: 304–19.

Kaiser, O. (1974), Isaiah 13–39, OTL (London: SCM).

——— (1983), Isaiah 1–12 OTL (London: SCM). This is the 2nd English edn.; in the first edn. (1972), much more of the material was regarded as originating from Isaiah himself.

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Kuhrt, A. (1983), ‘The Cyrus Cylinder and Achaemenid Imperial Policy’, JSOT 25: 83–97.

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——— (1964), The Second Isaiah (Oxford: Clarendon).

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——— (1966b), ‘There Remains Still a Rest for the People of God: An Investigation of a Biblical Conception’, ibid. 94–102 .

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——— (1989), ‘Daughter of Zion and Servant of the Lord in Isaiah: A Comparison’, JSOT 44: 89–107.

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——— (1993), Isaiah 1–39, Epworth Commentaries (London: Epworth).

Steck, O. H. (1985), Bereitete Heimkehr, SBS 121 (Stuttgart: Katho-lisches Bibelwerk GmbH).

——— (1991), Studien zu Tritojesaja, BZAW 203 (Berlin: de Gruyter).

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——— (1988b), ‘Textual Citations in Isaiah 24–27’, JBL 107: 39–52.

——— (1993), ‘The Book of Isaiah in Recent Research’, Currents in Research: Biblical Studies, 1: 141–62.

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——— (1969), Isaiah 40–66, OTL (London: SCM).

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——— (1974), The Intellectual Tradition in the Old Testament, BZAW 135 (Berlin: de Gruyter).

——— (1975), Isaiah 40–66, New Century Bible (London: Marshall, Morgan & Scott).

——— (1978), Thanksgiving for a Liberated Prophet, JSOTSup 4 (Sheffield: JSOT).

——— (1983), The Second Isaiah, Old Testament Guides (Sheffield JSOT).

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——— (1978), Jesaja 13–23, BKAT 10/2 (Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag).

——— (1989), ‘The Concept of Israel in Transition’, in R. E. Clements (ed.), The World of Ancient Israel (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 141–61.

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