Biblical Bibliographies
Charles Conroy [www.cjconroy.net]



Isaiah 40–55: Recent General Studies



[see also:  Commentaries on Isaiah and Isa 1–66 as a whole]


The bibliography is divided into five sections as follows:

I.    General introductory presentations

Bass, D. Moody, God Comforts Israel: The Audience and Message of Isaiah 40-55 (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2006).

Bonora, A., Isaia 40-55. Israele: servo di Dio, popolo liberato (LoB – Leggere oggi la Bibbia, 1.19; Brescia: Queriniana, 1988).

Clifford, R. J., Fair Spoken and Persuading. An Interpretation of Second Isaiah (New York: Paulist, 1984).

Clifford, R. J., "Isaiah, Book of (Second Isaiah)", ABD III (1992) 490-501.

Hermisson, H.-J., "Deuterojesaja", RGG4 2 (1999) 684-688. English version: "Deutero-Isaiah (Second Isaiah)", RPP 2 (2007) 780-783.

Michel, D., "Deuterojesaja", TRE 8 (1981) 510-530.

Whybray, R. N., The Second Isaiah (Old Testament Guides; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1983).

II.    History of interpretation, bibliographies, and current tendencies in research

Conroy, C., "Reflections on Some Recent Studies of Second Isaiah", in V. Collado Bertomeu (ed.), Palabra, Prodigio, Poesía. In Memoriam P. Luis Alonso Schökel, S.J. (AnBib 151; Roma: Editrice Pontificio Istituto Biblico; Jávea [Alicante]: Huerto de Enseñanzas [ALAS], 2003) 145-160.

Elliott, M. W. (ed.), Isaiah 40-66 (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, Old Testament, 11; Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2007); = Isaia 40-66. Edizione italiana a cura di P. Bernardini; introduzione generale di A. Di Bernardino (La Bibbia commentata dai Padri. Antico Testamento, 10/2; Roma: Città Nuova, 2011).

Frisch, A., "Jewish Tradition and Bible Criticism: A Typology of Israeli Orthodox Approaches to the Question of Deutero-Isaiah", Jewish Studies Quarterly 19 (2012) 259-287.

Heintz, J.-G., avec la collaboration de D. Hornicar et L. Millot, Le livre prophétique du Deutéro-Esaïe: texto-bibliographie du XXème siècle (Travaux du Groupe de recherches et d'études sémitiques anciennes (G. R. E. S.A.), Université des sciences humaines de Strasbourg, 6; Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2004).

Hermisson, H.-J., "Neue Literatur zu Deuterojesaja (I) - (II)," TRu 65 (2000) 237-284, 379-430.

Höffken, P., Jesaja. Der Stand der theologischen Diskussion (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2004).

Macchi, J.-D., "Deutéro-Esaïe: enjeux et recherche", in J.-D. Macchi – C. Nihan – T. Römer – J. Rückl (eds.), Les recueils prophétiques de la Bible. Origines, milieux, et contexte proche-oriental (Le monde de la Bible, 64; Genève: Labor et Fides, 2012) 188-200.

Melugin, R. F., "Isaiah 40-66 in Research: The 'Unity' Movement", in A. J. Hauser (ed.), Recent Research on the Major Prophets (Recent Research in Biblical Studies, 1; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2008) 141-194.

Tiemeyer, L.-S., "Continuity and Discontinuity in Isaiah 40-66: History of Research", in L.-S. Tiemeyer – H. M. Barstad (eds.), Continuity and Discontinuity: Chronological and Thematic Development in Isaiah 40-66 (FRLANT 255; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014) 13-40.

III.    Form-critical and literary studies of Isa 40–55

Adams, J. W., The Performative Nature and Function of Isaiah 40–55 (LHB/OTS 448; New York: T & T Clark International, 2006).

Melugin, R. F., "Deutero-Isaiah and Form Criticism", VT 21 (1971) 326-337.

Schmidt, U., "'A Figure of Speech' – Gott als Figur in Jesaja 49-55", in U. E. Eisen – I. Müllner (eds.), Gott als Figur: narratologische Analysen biblischer Texte und ihrer Adaptionen (HBS 82; Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 2016) 124-149.

Schoors, A., I Am God Your Saviour. A Form-Critical Study of the Main Genres in Is. XL-LV (VTSup 24; Leiden: Brill, 1973).

Vermeulen, K., "A Tale of Heaven and Earth. Metaphor as Dialogue with the Inner and Outer Biblical World of Second Isaiah", in A. Labahn (ed.), Conceptual Metaphors in Poetic Texts: Proceedings of the Metaphor Research Group of the European Association of Biblical Studies in Lincoln 2009 (Perspectives on Hebrew Scriptures and its Contexts, 18; Piscataway, N. J.: Gorgias, 2013) 115-132.

Westermann, C., "Sprache und Struktur der Prophetie Deuterojesajas", in his Forschung am Alten Testament. Gesammelte Studien (TB 24; München: Kaiser, 1964) 92-170; = C. Westermann, Sprache und Struktur der Prophetie Deuterojesajas. Mit einer Literaturübersicht "Hauptlinien der Deuterojesaja-Forschung von 1964-1979" zusammengestellt und kommentiert von Andreas Richter (Calwer Theologische Monographien, 11; Stuttgart: Calwer, 1981).

IV.    Monographs and articles on various aspects of Isa 40–55

Albertz, R., "Public Recitation of Prophetical Books? The Case for the First Edition of Deutero-Isaiah (Isa 40:1-52:12)", in D. V. Edelman – E. Ben Zvi (eds.), The Production of Prophecy: Constructing Prophecy and Prophets in Yehud (BibleWorld; London: Equinox, 2009) 96-110.

Albertz, R., "How Radical Must the New Beginning Be? The Discussion between the Deutero-Isaiah and the Ezekiel School", in J. Middlemas – D. J. A. Clines – E. K. Holt (eds.), The Centre and the Periphery: A European Tribute to Walter Brueggemann (Hebrew Bible Monographs, 27; Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2010) 7-21.

Albertz, R., "On the Structure and Formation of the Book of Deutero-Isaiah", in R. J. Bautch – J. T. Hibbard (eds.), The Book of Isaiah: Enduring Questions Answered Anew. Essays Honoring Joseph Blenkinsopp and His Contribution to the Study of Isaiah (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2014) 21-40.

Anthonioz, S., "À qui me comparerez-vous" (Is 40,25): la polémique contre l'idolâtrie dans le Deutéro-Isaïe (LD 241; Paris: Cerf, 2011).

Ashdown, S., "A Cognitive Semantic Approach to Redeemer (Gō’ēl) in Deutero-Isaiah", Acta Theologica [Bloemfontein] 35 (2015) 10-36.

Baltzer, K., "»Die Stadt als Frau: Personifikation versus Stadtgöttin« – am Beispiel der Figur »Zion / Jerusalem« bei Deutero-Jesaja (Jes 40-55)", in I. Fischer – K. Schmid – H. G. M. Williamson (eds.), Prophetie in Israel. Beiträge des Symposiums "Das Alte Testament und die Kultur der Moderne" anlässlich des 100. Geburtstags Gerhard von Rads (1901-1971) Heidelberg, 18.-21. Oktober 2001 (Altes Testament und Moderne, 11; Münster: LIT, 2003) 137-147.

Berges, U., "Überlegungen zur Bundestheologie in Jes 40-66", in C. Dohmen – C. Frevel (eds.), Für immer verbündet: Studien zur Bundestheologie der Bibel (SBS 211; Stuttgart: Katholisches Bibelwerk, 2007) 19-26.

Berges, U., "Farewell to Deutero-Isaiah or Prophecy without a Prophet", in A. Lemaire (ed.), Congress Volume Ljubljana 2007 (VTSup 133; Leiden: Brill, 2010) 575-595.

Berges, U., "Zion and the Kingship of Yhwh in Isaiah 40-55", in A. L. H. M. van Wieringen – A. van der Woude (eds.), 'Enlarge the Site of Your Tent': The City as Unifying Theme in Isaiah (OTS 58; Leiden: Brill, 2011) 95-119.

Bianchi, F., "Influssi iranici nel Deutero-Isaia?", in M. P. Scanu (ed.), Alla luce delle scritture: studi in onore di Giovanni Odasso (Brescia: Paideia, 2013) 77-92.

Blenkinsopp, J., "The Cosmological and Protological Language of Deutero-Isaiah", CBQ 73 (2011) 493-510.

Blenkinsopp, J., "Continuity-Discontinuity in Isaiah 40-66. The Issue of Location", in L.-S. Tiemeyer – H. M. Barstad (eds.), Continuity and Discontinuity: Chronological and Thematic Development in Isaiah 40-66 (FRLANT 255; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014) 77-88.

Blenkinsopp, J., "The Theological Politics of Deutero-Isaiah", in A. Lenzi – J. Stökl (eds.), Divination, Politics, and Ancient Near Eastern Empires (ANEM 7; Atlanta, GA: SBL Press & Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente [Universidad Católica Argentina, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Políticas y de la Comunicación], 2014) 129-143. The volume can be downloaded here.

Blenkinsopp, J., "Abraham and Cyrus in Isaiah 40-48", in R. I. Thelle – T. Stordalen – M. E. J. Richardson (eds.), New Perspectives on Old Testament Prophecy and History: Essays in Honour of Hans M. Barstad (VTSup 168; Leiden: Brill, 2015) 29-41.

Blunda Grubert, J. M., La proclamación de Yhwh rey y la constitución de la comunidad postexílica. El Deutero-Isaías en relación con Salmos 96 y 98 (AnBib 186; Roma: Gregorian & Biblical Press, 2010).

Caracciolo di Forino, C. M., "'Scuotiti la polvere, àlzati!' (Is 52,2): consonanze tra il Sal 44 e Is 40-55", RivB 64 (2016) 65-108.

Chavel, S., "Prophetic Imagination in the Light of Narratology and Disability Studies in Isaiah 40-48", JHS volume 14, article 3 (2014). (online here; download directly here)

Cook, S. L., "Second Isaiah and the Aaronide Response to Judah's Forced Migrations", in M. J. Boda – F. R. Ames – J. Ahn – M. Leuchter (eds.), The Prophets Speak of Forced Migration (SBLAIL 21; Atlanta, GA: SBL Press, 2015) 47-61.

Crouch, C. L., "Adapting the Cosmological Tradition in Isaiah 40-55", SJOT 25 (2011) 260-275.

Duperreault, D., "The Poetics of History and the Prophecy of Deutero-Isaiah", in M. J. Boda – L. M. Wray Beal (eds.), Prophets, Prophecy, and Ancient Israelite Historiography (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2013) 255-274.

Ehring, C., Die Rückkehr JHWHs. Traditions- und religionsgeschichtliche Untersuchungen zu Jesaja 40,1-11, Jesaja 52,7-10 und verwandten Texten (WMANT 116; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2007).

Ehring, C., "YHWH's Return in Isaiah 40:1-11 and 52:7-10: Pre-Exilic Cultic Traditions of Jerusalem and Babylonian Influence", in E. Ben Zvi – C. Levin (eds.), Remembering and Forgetting in Early Second Temple Judah (FAT 85; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2012) 91-104.

Feuerstein, R., "Weshalb gibt es 'Deuterojesaja'?", in F. Diedrich – B. Willmes (eds), Ich bewirke das Heil und erschaffe das Unheil (Jesaja 45,7). Studien zur Botschaft der Propheten. Festschrift für Lothar Ruppert zum 65. Geburtstag (FB 88; Würzburg: Echter, 1998) 93-134.

García Fernández, M., "Consolad, consolad a mi pueblo": el tema de la consolación en Deuteroisaías (AnBib 180; Roma: Gregorian & Biblical Press, 2010).

García Recio, J., "Ciro, amigo de Dios", in A. Lemaire (ed.), Phéniciens d'Orient et d'Occident: Mélanges Josette Elayi. Avec la collaboration de B. Dufour et F. Pfitzmann (Cahiers de l'Institut du Proche-Orient ancien du Collège de France, 2; Paris: Maisonneuve, 2014) 169-186.

Gitay, Y., "Deutero-Isaiah: Oral or Written?", JBL 99 (1980) 185-197.

Halvorson-Taylor, M. A., Enduring Exile: The Metaphorization of Exile in the Hebrew Bible (VTSup 141; Leiden: Brill, 2011).

Hartenstein, F., "'.. dass erfüllt ist ihr Frondienst' (Jesaja 40,2). Die Geschichtshermeneutik Deuterojesajas im Licht der Rezeption von Jesaja 6 in Jesaja 40,1-11", in F. Hartenstein – M. Pietsch (eds.), "Sieben Augen auf einem Stein" (Sach 3,9): Studien zur Literatur des Zweiten Tempels. Festschrift für Ina Willi-Plein zum 65. Geburtstag (Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2007) 101-119. Reprinted in F. Hartenstein, Das Archiv des verborgenen Gottes: Studien zur Schriftlichkeit der Unheilsprophetie in Jesaja 6-8 und in Jesaja 28 (BThSt 74; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2011) 97-125.

Hartenstein, F., "YHWH's Ways and New Creation in Deutero-Isaiah", in E. Ben Zvi – C. Levin (eds.), Remembering and Forgetting in Early Second Temple Judah (FAT 85; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2012) 73-89.

Heffelfinger, K. M., I Am Large, I Contain Multitudes: Lyric Cohesion and Conflict in Second Isaiah (Biblical Interpretation Series, 105; Leiden: Brill, 2011).

Hermisson, H.-J., "Einheit und Komplexität Deuterojesajas. Probleme der Reaktionsgeschichte von Jes 40-55", in J. Vermeylen (ed.), The Book of Isaiah. Le Livre d'Isaïe. Les oracles et leurs relectures; unité et complexité de l'ouvrage (BETL 81; Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1989) 287-312; = H.-J. Hermisson, Studien zu Prophetie und Weisheit. Gesammelte Aufsätze (FAT 23; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1998) 132-157.

Knoppers, G. N., "Did Jacob Become Judah? The Configuration of Israel's Restoration in Deutero-Isaiah", in J. Zsengellér (ed.), Samaria, Samarians, Samaritans. Studies on Bible, History and Linguistics (Studia Judaica, Forschungen zur Wissenschaft des Judentums, 66; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2011) 39-67.

Kratz, R. G., Kyros im Deuterojesaja-Buch. Redaktionsgeschichtliche Untersuchungen zu Entstehung und Theologie von Jes 40-55 (FAT 1; Tübingen: Mohr [Siebeck], 1991).

Kratz, R. G., "Der Anfang des Zweiten Jesaja in Jes 40,1f. und seine literarischen Horizonte", ZAW 105 (1993) 400-419. Reprinted in R. G. Kratz, Prophetenstudien. Kleine Schriften II (FAT 74; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2011) 198-215.

Kratz, R. G., "Der Anfang des Zweiten Jesaja in Jes 40,1f. und das Jeremiabuch", ZAW 106 (1994) 243-261. Reprinted in R. G. Kratz, Prophetenstudien. Kleine Schriften II (FAT 74; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2011) 216-232.

Kwon, J. S. J., Scribal Culture and Intertextuality: Literary and Historical Relationships Between Job and Deutero-Isaiah (FAT II/85; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016).

Kynes, W. L., "Job and Isaiah 40-55: Intertextualities in Dialogue", in K. Dell – W. Kynes (eds.), Reading Job Intertextually (LHB/OTS 574; New York & London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2013) 94-105.

Labuschagne, C. J., "'To Whom Then Will You Liken Me?': The Incomparability of YHWH in Deutero-Isaiah and the Exodus-Story", in H. Ausloos – B. Lemmelijn (eds.), A Pillar of Cloud To Guide: Text-Critical, Redactional, and Linguistic Perspectives on the Old Testament in Honour of Marc Vervenne (BETL 269; Leuven: Peeters, 2014) 125-143.

Leene, H., Newness in Old Testament Prophecy: An Intertextual Study (OTS 64; Leiden: Brill, 2014).

Lim, B. H., The 'Way of the LORD' in the Book of Isaiah (LHB/OTS 522; London & New York: T & T Clark, 2010).

Lipton, D., "Bezalel in Babylon? Anti-Priestly Polemics in Isaiah 40-55", JANES 31 (2009) 63-84.

Løland, H., Silent or Salient Gender? The Interpretation of Gendered God-Language in the Hebrew Bible, Exemplified in Isaiah 42, 46 and 49 (FAT II/32; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2008).

Løland, H., "Gendered God-Language in Second Isaiah", Wiener Jahrbuch für Theologie 8 (2010) 387-401.

Low, M., Mother Zion in Deutero-Isaiah: A Metaphor for Zion Theology (Studies in Biblical Literature, 155; New York: Peter Lang, 2013).

Macchi, J.-D. – C. Nihan, "Etude de cas: Esaïe 54-55", in J.-D. Macchi – C. Nihan – T. Römer – J. Rückl (eds.), Les recueils prophétiques de la Bible. Origines, milieux, et contexte proche-oriental (Le monde de la Bible, 64; Genève: Labor et Fides, 2012) 229-251.

Machinist, P., "Mesopotamian Imperialism and Israelite Religion. A Case Study from the Second Isaiah", in W. G. Dever – S. Gitin (eds.), Symbiosis, Symbolism, and the Power of the Past. Canaan, Ancient Israel, and Their Neighbors from the Late Bronze Age Through Roman Palaestina. Proceedings of the Centennial Symposium W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research and American Schools of Oriental Research, Jerusalem, May 29-31, 2000 (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2003) 237-264.

Maier, C., "Daughter Zion as Queen and the Iconography of the Female City", in M. Nissinen – C. E. Carter (eds.), Images and Prophecy in the Ancient Eastern Mediterranean (FRLANT 233; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2009) 147-162.

Melugin, R. F., The Formation of Isaiah 40-55 (BZAW 141; Berlin: de Gruyter, 1976).

Mettinger, T. N. D., "In Search of the Hidden Structure: Yhwh as King in Isaiah 40-55", in C. C. Broyles – C. A. Evans (eds.), Writing and Reading the Scroll of Isaiah: Studies of an Interpretive Tradition (VTSup 70/1; Leiden: Brill, 1997) 143-154. Reprinted [same title] in T. N. D. Mettinger, Reports from a Scholar's Life: Select Papers on the Hebrew Bible. Edited by A. Knapp (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2015) 303-314.

Nilsen, T. D., "Creation in Collision? Isaiah 40-48 and Zoroastrianism, Babylonian Religion and Genesis 1", JHS volume 13, article 8 (2013). (online here; download directly here)

Olyan, S. M., "Is Isaiah 40-55 Really Monotheistic?", JANER 12 (2012) 190-201.

Oorschot, J. van, Von Babel zum Zion. Eine literarkritische und redaktionsgeschichtliche Untersuchung von Jesaja 40-55 (BZAW 206; Berlin: de Gruyter, 1993).

Oosting, R., The Role of Zion/Jerusalem in Isaiah 40-55: A Corpus-Linguistic Approach (SSN 59; Leiden: Brill, 2013).

Oswalt, J. N., "Who Were the Addressees of Isaiah 40-66?", BSac 169 (2012) 33-47. Revised reprint: "Isaiah 40-66: Addressed to People during and after the Exile", in J. N. Oswalt, The Holy One of Israel: Studies in the Book of Isaiah (Cascade Books; Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2014) 73-87.

Paul, S. M., "Deuteronom(ist)ic Influences on Deutero-Isaiah", in N. S. Fox – D. A. Glatt-Gilad – M. J. Williams (eds.), Mishneh Todah: Studies in Deuteronomy and Its Cultural Environment in Honor of Jeffrey H. Tigay (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2009) 219-227.

Paul, S. M., "Signs of Late Biblical Hebrew in Isaiah 40-66", in C. L. Miller-Naudé – Z. Zevit (eds.), Diachrony in Biblical Hebrew (Linguistic Studies in Ancient West Semitic, 8; Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2012) 293-299.

Poulsen, F., "Old and New Ways of Interpreting Isaiah 40-55", in I. Hjelm – T. L. Thompson (eds.), Biblical Interpretation Beyond Historicity (Copenhagen International Seminar – Changing Perspectives, 7; London & New York: Routledge, 2016) 29-42.

Rechenmacher, H., "Unvergleichlichkeit und Ausschließlichkeit Jahwes. Formeln und ihre Relevanz für die Monotheismusdebatte am Beispiel Deuterojesajas", in C. Diller – M. Mulzer – K. Ólason – R. Rothenbusch (eds.), Studien zu Psalmen und Propheten: Festschrift für Hubert Irsigler (HBS 64; Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder, 2010) 237-250.

Schaper, J., "Divine Images, Iconophobia and Monotheism in Isaiah 40-66", in L.-S. Tiemeyer – H. M. Barstad (eds.), Continuity and Discontinuity: Chronological and Thematic Development in Isaiah 40-66 (FRLANT 255; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014) 145-158.

Schmidt, U., Zukunftsvorstellungen in Jesaja 49-55: Eine textpragmatische Untersuchung von Kommunikation und Bildwelt (WMANT 138; Neukirchen-Vluyn: Neukirchener Verlag, 2013).

Schmidt, U., "Die Perser im Jesajabuch: Beobachtungen zu »den Persern« in Jesaja 40-48", ZAW 127 (2015) 565-586.

Smith, G. V., "Isaiah 40-55: Which Audience Was Addressed?", JETS 54 (2011) 701-713.

Steck, O. H., Gottesknecht und Zion. Gesammelte Aufsätze zu Deuterojesaja (FAT 4; Tübingen: Mohr [Siebeck], 1992).

Stromberg, J., "Deutero Isaiah's Restoration Reconfigured", in L.-S. Tiemeyer – H. M. Barstad (eds.), Continuity and Discontinuity: Chronological and Thematic Development in Isaiah 40-66 (FRLANT 255; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014) 195-218.

Stuhlmueller, C., "Deutero-Isaiah (chaps. 40-55): Major Transitions in the Prophet's Theology and in Contemporary Scholarship", CBQ 42 (1980) 1-29.

Sweeney, M. A., "The Legacy of Josiah in Isaiah 40-55", in A. J. Everson – H. C. P. Kim (eds.), The Desert Will Bloom: Poetic Visions in Isaiah (Ancient Israel and Its Literature, 4; Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2009) 109-129. Reprinted [same title] in M. A. Sweeney, Reading Prophetic Books: Form, Intertextuality, and Reception in Prophetic and Post-Biblical Literature (FAT 89; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014) 114-132.

Tiemeyer, L.-S., For the Comfort of Zion: The Geographical and Theological Location of Isaiah 40-55 (VTSup 139; Leiden: Brill, 2011).

Tiemeyer, L.-S., "Isaiah 40-55: A Judahite Reading Drama", in M. J. Boda – C. J. Dempsey – L. S. Flesher (eds.), Daughter Zion: Her Portrait, Her Response (Ancient Israel and Its Literature, 13; Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature, 2012) 55-75.

Tiemeyer, L.-S., "Imperial Influence on the Language and Content of Isaiah 40-55", in A. T. Abernethy – M. G. Brett – T. Bulkeley – T. Meadowcroft (eds.), Isaiah and Imperial Context: The Book of Isaiah in the Times of the Empire (Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2013) 122-136.

Tiemeyer, L.-S. – H. M. Barstad (eds.), Continuity and Discontinuity: Chronological and Thematic Development in Isaiah 40-66 (FRLANT 255; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014).

Vermeylen, J., "Le motif de la création dans le Deutéro-Isaïe", in La Création dans l'Orient Ancien. Congrès de l'Association Catholique Française pour l'Étude de la Bible. Présenté par F. Blanquart, publié sous la direction de L. Derousseaux (LD 127; Paris: Cerf, 1987) 183-240.

Weber, B., "'Asaf' und 'Jesaja': eine komparatistische Studie zur These von Tempelsängern als für Jesaja 40–66 verantwortlichem Trägerkreis", OTE 22 (2009) 456-487.

Werlitz, J., Redaktion und Komposition. Zur Rückfrage hinter die Endgestalt von Jesaja 40-55 (BBB 122; Berlin: Philo, 1999).

Werlitz, J., "Vom Gottesknecht der Lieder zum Gottesknecht des Buches. Oder: warum die Vorstellung von Deuterojesaja in die Krise gekommen ist…", BK 61 (2006) 208-211.

Williamson, H. G. M., The Book Called Isaiah. Deutero-Isaiah's Role in Composition and Redaction (Oxford: Clarendon, 1994).

Williamson, H. G. M., "The Setting of Deutero-Isaiah: Some Linguistic Considerations", in J. Stökl – C. Waerzeggers (eds.), Exile and Return: The Babylonian Context (BZAW 478; Berlin: de Gruyter, 2015) 253-267.

Wilson, I. D., "Yahweh's Anointed: Cyrus, Deuteronomy's Law of the King, and Yehudite Identity", in J. M. Silverman – C. Waerzeggers (eds.), Political Memory in and after the Persian Empire (Ancient Near East Monographs – Monografías sobre el Antiguo Cercano Oriente, 13; Atlanta, GA: SBL Press & Centro de Estudios de Historia del Antiguo Oriente [Universidad Católica Argentina, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Políticas y de la Comunicación], 2015) 325-361. The book can be downloaded freely here.

Wilson, I. D., "Yahweh's Consciousness: Isaiah 40-48 and Ancient Judean Historical Thought", VT 66 (2016) 646-661.

V.    In particular on the "New Exodus" motif

Berges, U., "Der zweite Exodus im Jesajabuch. Auszug oder Verwandlung?", in F.-L. Hossfeld – L. Schwienhorst-Schönberger (eds.), Das Manna fällt auch heute noch. Beiträge zur Geschichte und Theologie des Alten, Ersten Testaments. Festschrift für Erich Zenger (HBS 44; Freiburg: Herder, 2004) 77-95.

Bons, E., "Y a-t-il une typologie de l'Exode en Isaïe 43,16-23?", in R. Kuntzmann (ed.), Typologie biblique. De quelques figures vives (Lectio Divina – Hors Série; Paris: Cerf, 2002) 77-102.

Farfán Navarro, E., El desierto transformado. Una imagen deuteroisaiana de regeneración (AnBib 130; Roma: Editrice Pont. Istituto Biblico, 1992).

Kiesow, K., Exodustexte im Jesajabuch. Literarkritische und motivgeschichtliche Analysen (OBO 24; Fribourg: Éditions Universitaires; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1979).

Klein, A., "»Zieht heraus aus Babel«: Beobachtungen zum Zweiten Exodus im Deuterojesajabuch", ZTK 112 (2015) 279-299.

Leene, H., Newness in Old Testament Prophecy: An Intertextual Study (OTS 64; Leiden: Brill, 2014).

Lund, Ø., Way Metaphors and Way Topics in Isaiah 40–55 (FAT II/28; Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2007).

Niccacci, A., "The Exodus Tradition in the Psalms, Isaiah and Ezekiel", LASBF 61 (2011) 9-35.

Paganini, S., "Ein 'neuer Exodus' im Jesajabuch?", in S. Paganini – C. Paganini – D. Markl (eds.), Führe mein Volk heraus. Zur innerbiblischen Rezeption der Exodusthematik. Festschrift für Georg Fischer (Frankfurt a. Main: Peter Lang, 2004) 25-35.

Simian-Yofre, H., "Exodo en Deuteroisaías", Bib 61 (1980) 530-553.

Tiemeyer, L.-S., For the Comfort of Zion: The Geographical and Theological Location of Isaiah 40-55 (VTSup 139; Leiden: Brill, 2011) 155-203.