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Ackroyd, P. R. (1977), ‘A Judgment Narrative between Kings and Chronicles: An Approach to Amos 7.9–17’, in G. W. Coats (ed.), Canon and Authority (Philadelphia: Fortress Press), 71–87. Repr. in P. R. Ackroyd, Studies in the Religious Tradition of the Old Testament (London: SCM Press, 1987), 196–208.

Andersen, F. I., and Freedman, D. N. (1989), Amos: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, AB 24A.

Auld, A. G. (1986), Amos, Old Testament Guides (Sheffield: JSOT).

———(1990), ‘Prophecy in Books: A Rejoinder’, JSOT 48: 31–2.

Barstad, H. (1984), The Religious Polemics of Amos: Studies in the Preaching of Am. 7b–8; 4, 1–3 ; 5, 1–27 ; 6, 4–7 ; 8, 14 , VTSup 34 (Leiden: Brill).

Barton, J. (1980), Amos’ Oracles Against the Nations: A Study of Amos 1.3–2.5, SOTSMS 6 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

——— (1995), Isaiah 1–39 (Sheffield: Academic Press).

Borger, R. (1988), ‘Amos 5,26, Apostelgeschichte 7,43 und šurpu II, 180’, ZAW 100/1:70–81.

Bovati, P., and Meynet, R. (1994), La Fin d’Israël: Paroles d’Amos (Paris: Cerf).

Carroll, R. (1983), ‘Poets not Prophets’, JSOT 27: 25–31.

——— (1990), ‘Whose Prophet? Whose History? Whose Social Reality? Troubling the Interpretative Community Again: Notes Towards a Response to T. W. Overholt's Critique’, JSOT 48: 33–49.

Carroll R., M. D. (1992), Contexts for Amos: Prophetic Poetics in Latin-American Perspective, JSOT Sup 132 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Coggins, R. J. (1994), ‘The Minor Prophets: One Book or Twelve?’ in S. Porter et al. (eds.), Crossing the Boundaries: Essays in Biblical Interpretation in Honour of Michael D. Goulder (Leiden: Brill), 57–68.

Collins, T. (1993), The Mantle of Elijah: The Redaction Criticism of the Prophetical Books (Sheffield: JSOT), 59–87.

Coote, R. B. (1981), Amos among the Prophets (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Crenshaw, J. L. (1975), Hymnic Affirmation of Divine Justice: The Doxologies of Amos and Related Texts in the Old Testament, SBLDS 24 (Missoula, Mont.: Scholars Press).

Davies, P. R. (1989), ‘Prophetic Literature’, in J. Rogerson and P. R. Davies (eds.), The Old Testament World (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 274–92.

Fishbane, M. (1985), Biblical Interpretation in Ancient Israel (Oxford: Clarendon).

Harper, W. R. (1904/1979), A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Amos and Hosea (Edinburgh: T. and T. Clark).

King, P. J. (1988), Amos, Hosea, Micah—An Archaeological Commentary (Philadelphia: Westminster).

Larkin, K. (1994), The Eschatology of Second Zechariah: A Study of the Formation of a Mantological Wisdom Anthology (Kampen: Kok Pharos).

Miller, J. M., and Hayes, J. H. (1986), A History of Ancient Israel and Judah (London, SCM).

Murray, R. (1992), The Cosmic Covenant, Heythrop Monographs, 7 (London: Sheed & Ward).

Nogalski, J. (1993), Literary Precursors to the Book of the Twelve (Berlin: de Gruyter), 74–122.

Overholt, T. W. (1990), ‘Prophecy in History: The Social Reality of Intermediation’, and ‘“It is Difficult to Read”’, JSOT 48: 3–29, 51–4.

Paul, S. M. (1991), Amos, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Smalley, W. A. (1979), ‘Recursion Patterns and the Sectioning of Amos’, The Bible Translator, 30/1:118–27.

Soggin, J. A. (1987), The Prophet Amos: A Translation and Commentary (London: SCM).

——— (1993), An Introduction to the History of Israel and Judah, 2nd edn. (London: SCM).

Stuart, D. (1987), Hosea-Jonah, WBC 31 (Waco, Tex.: Word), 274–400.

Waard, J. de (1977), ‘The Chiastic Structure of Amos V 1–17’, VT 27: 170–7.

Wolff, H.-W. (1977), Joel and Amos, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress), 89–392.

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