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Jeremiah

JEREMIAH (Heb. והּ ָירִי ְמ) second of the major prophets whose book is the second in the Latter Prophets section of the Bible.

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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REVIEWS: G. Fohrer, in: Theologische Rundschau, 19 (1951), 277–346; 20 (1952), 193–271, 295–361; 28 (1962), 1–75, 235–97, 301–74; E. Vogt, in: Biblica, 35 (1954), 357–65. WORKS ON JEREMIAH IN GENERAL: G.A. Smith, Jeremiah (19294); R. Calkins, Jeremiah the Prophet (1930); A. Gelin, Jérémie (1952); J.P. Hyatt, Jeremiah, Prophet of Courage and Hope (1958); A. Néher, Jérémie (1960); C. Westermann, Jeremia (1967). COMMENTARIES: B. Duhm, Das Buch Jeremia (1901); S.R. Driver, The Book of the Prophet Jeremiah (1906); P. Volz, Der Prophet Jeremia (1922); A. Weiser, Das Buch des Propheten Jeremia (19665); F. Nötscher, Das Buch Jeremias (1930); W. Rudolph, Jeremia (19683). FORMS OF THE TEXT: J.G. Janzen, "Studies in the Text of Jeremiah" (Ph.D. diss., Harvard, 1966); idem, in: HTR, 60 (1967), 433–47. THE COMPOSITION OF THE BOOK: S. Mowinckel, Zur Komposition des Buches Jeremia (1914); E. Podechard, in: RB, 37 (1928), 181–97; J. Bright, in: JBL, 70 (1951), 15–35; J.P. Hyatt, in: Vanderbilt Studies in the Humanities, 1 (1951), 71–95; W.L. Holladay, in: JBL, 85 (1966), 401–35; M. Kessler, in: JNES, 27 (1968), 81–88. ON STYLISTIC FORMS AND LITERARY GENRES: W. Baumgartner, Die Klagengedichte des Jeremia (1917); W.L. Holladay, in: JBL, 81 (1962), 44–54; N. Habel, in: ZAW, 77 (1965), 297–323. PARTICULAR QUESTIONS: J.P. Hyatt, in: JBL, 60 (1941), 381–96; idem, in: JNES, 1 (1942), 156–73; H.H. Rowley, in: Studies in the Old Testament Prophecy (1950), 157–74; idem, in: Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 45 (1962–63), 198–234; H. Cazelles, in: Recherches de Science Religieuse, 38 (1951), 5–36; F. Horst, in: ZAW, 41 (1923), 94–153; J. Milgrom, in: JNES, 14 (1955), 65–69; C.F. Whitley, in: VT, 14 (1964), 467–83; G. von Rad, in: Evangelische Theologie, 3 (1936), 265–76; S.H. Blank, in: HUCA, 21 (1948), 331–54; J.L. Mihelic, in: Interpretation, 14 (1960), 45–50; H.J. Krauss, in: Biblische Studien, 43 (1964); O. Eissfeldt, Kleine Schriften, 4 (1968); M. Diman (Haran), in: BJPES, 13 (1946), 7–15; M.Z. Segal, Be-Masoret u-Vikkoret (1957), 145–49; Kaufmann Y., Toledot, 3 (19675), 393–474. ADD. BIBLIOGRAPHY: R. Carroll, Jeremiah (1986); W. McKane, Jeremiah 12 (1986–95); idem, in DBI I, 570–74; H. Thompson, The Book of Jeremiah. An Annotated Bibliography (1996); C. Rabin et al. (eds.), The Book of Jeremiah (critical edition; 1997); W. Brueggmann, A Commentary on Jeremiah, Exile and Homecoming (1998); W. Holladay, Jeremiah 12 (1986–99); J. Lundbom, in: ABD, 3:706–21; idem, Jeremiah 120 (AB; 1999); idem, Jeremiah 2136 (AB; 2004); Y. Hoffman, Jeremiah 12 (2001); B. Sommer, in: CBQ, 66 (2004), 126–27 (review of Hoffman). IN THE AGGADAH: Ginsberg, Legends, 4 (19475), 294–313; 6 (19463), 384–404. IN ISLAM: Ṭabarī, Tafsīr, 3 (1324 A.H.), 19–20; Thaʿlabī, Qiṣaṣ (1356 A.H.), 188, 290–2; G. Vajda, "Irmiyā," in: EIS2, 4 (1978), 79 (incl. bibl.).