Robert A. Alden, Job (New American Commentary),
David J. A. Clines, Job (Word), Word Books, 2000. (2 vols.) ***1/2
Meredith G. Kline, "Job" in The Wycliffe Bible Commentary, The Southwestern Company, 1968. ****1/2
William Henry Green, Argument of the Book of Job Unfolded, Eerdmans, 1999.****
Pieter van der Lugt, Rhetorical Criticism and Poetry in the Book of Job, Brill Academic, 1997.***1/2
moderate mainline perspective; expensive, technical, experimental.
Cyril S. Rodd, The Book of Job (Narrative Commentaries), Trinity Press International, 1990.
Monographs, Compilations, and Studies:
Roy B. Zuck, Sitting With Job, Baker, 1991.***1/2
Articles and Essays:
Meredith G. Kline, Trial by Ordeal in Through
Christs Word: A Festschrift for Dr. Philip E. Hughes (ed.
W. R. Godfrey and J. L. Boyd III),
____ Presbyterian & Reformed, 1985: 81-93.
Gregory W. Parsons, "Literary Features of the Book of Job," BSac 138 (1981): 213-222.
Elmer B. Smick "Architectonics, Structured Poems, and Rhetorical Devices in the Book of Job," in A Tribute to Gleason Archer
____ (ed. J. Youngblood), Moody, 1986.
________ "Semeiological Interpretation of the Book of Job," WTJ 48:1 (1986) 135-149.
Other Commentaries of Interest:
Francis I. Andersen, Job (Tyndale), Inter-Varsity
Press, 1976. ***1/2
Norman C. Habel, The Book of Job (OTL), Westminster John Knox, 1985.
John Hartley, Job (NICOT), Eerdmans, 1988.
David Hubbard, Job (NIBC), Hendrickson, forthcoming.
J. Gerald Janzen, Job (Interpretation), Westminster John Knox, 1985.
Marvin Pope, Job (Anchor, 15), Doubleday, 1973.
H. H. Rowley, Job (The Century Bible), Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1970.
conservative/moderate perspective; exegetical value; dated.
Robert D. Sacks, The Book of Job
With Commentary, University Press of
Elmer B. Smick, "Job" in Expositor's Bible Commentary, vol. 4, Zondervan, 1988.
James Strahan, The Book of Job Interpreted, T & T Clark, 1913.
Michael Cheney, Dust, Wind, and
Agony: Character, Speech, and Genre in Job
(Coniectanea Biblica: Old Testament Series, 36),
____ Almqvist & Wiksell, 1994.
J. H. Eaton, Job (Old Testament Guides), Sheffield Academic, 1985.
Edwin M. Good, In Turns of Tempest: A Reading of Job with a Translation, Stanford University Press, 1990.
Robert Gordis, The Book of Job: Commentary, New Translation, and Special Studies, Jewish Theological Seminary, 1978.
________ The Book of God and Man: A Study of Job, University of Chicago Press, 1965.
R. Polzin and D. Robertson (eds.), Studies in the Book of Job (SBL Semeia Studies, 7), Scholars Press, 1977.
Norman S. Snaith, The Book of Job: Its Origin and Purpose (Studies in Biblical Theology II, 11), SCM, 1968.**
Claus Westermann, The Structure of the Book of Job: A Form-Critical Analysis, Fortress, 1981.***
Charles Lee Feinberg, "Job and the Nation Israel: First
Study: In the Hands of the Enemy," BSac 96 (1939):
________ "Second Study: At the Mercy of the Critics," BSac 97 (1940): 27-33.
________ "Third Study: Face to Face with the Lord," BSac 97 (1940): 211-216.
________ "The Poetic Structure of the Book oof Job and the Ugaritic Literature," BSac 103 (1946): 283-292.
Yehoshua Gitay, "Theories of Literature and the Question of (Hebrew) Biblical Theology: A Prolegomenon," SJOT 10.1 (1996): 61-68.
Pieter van der Lugt, "Strophes and Stanzas in the Book of Job: A Historical Survey" in The Structural Analysis of Biblical and Canaanite
____ Poetry (JSOT Supplement, 74) ed. W. van der Meer and J. C. de Moor, Sheffield Acedemic, 1988): 235-264.
________ "The Form and Function of the Refrains in Job 28: Some Comments Relating to the 'Strophic' Structure of Hebrew Poetry" in
____ The Structural Analysis of Biblical and Canaanite Poetry (JSOT Supplement, 74) ed. W. van der Meer and J. C. de Moor, Sheffield
____ Acedemic, 1988): 265-293.
________ "Stanza-Structure and Word-Repetition in Job 3-14," JSOT 40 (1988): 3-38.
Rick D. Moore, "The Integrity of Job," Catholic Biblical Quarterly 45 (1983): 17-31.
Not Yet Reviewed:
John C. L. Gibson, Job, Saint Andrew Press, 1985.
Robert E. Simmons, "A Way of Teaching Job" in Approaches
to Teaching the Hebrew Bible as Literature in Translation (Approaches
____ Teaching World Literature, 25) ed. Barry N. Olshen and Yael S. Feldman, Modern Language Association of America, 1989: 124-126.
Hendrik Viviers, "Elihu (Job 32-37), Garrulous but Poor Rhetor? Why is he Ignored?" in The Rhetorical Analysis of Scripture (ed. S. E. Porter, et al), 1997: 137-153.