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

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Brin, G. (1989), ‘Micah 2, 12–13 : A Textual and Ideological Study’, ZAW 101:118–24.

Dearman, J. A. (1988), Property Rights in the Eighth-Century Prophets: The Conflict and its Background, SBLDS 106 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

Hagstrom, D. G. (1988), The Coherence of the Book of Micah: A Literary Analysis, SBLDS 89 (Atlanta: Scholars Press).

Hillers, D. R. (1984), Micah, Hermeneia (Philadelphia: Fortress).

Jeremias, J. (1971), ‘Die Deutung der Gerichtsworte Michas in der Exilszeit’, ZAW 83: 330–54.

Mays, J. L. (1976), Micah: A Commentary, OTL (London: SCM).

Na᾽aman, N. (1995) ‘ “The House-of-No-Shade Shall Take Away its Tax from You” (Micah i 11)’, VT 45: 516–27.

Rudolph, W. (1975), Micha—Nahum—Habakuk—Zephanja, KAT (Gütersloh: Mohn).

Shaw, C. S. (1993), The Speeches of Micah: A Rhetorical-Historical Analysis, JSOTSup 145 (Sheffield: JSOT).

Wolff, H. W. (1990), Micah: A Commentary (Minneapolis: Augsburg); German original BKAT 14/4 (Neukirchen-Vluyn; Neukirchener Verlag, 1982).

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