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Abraham, J., "Feminist Hermeneutics and Pentecostal Spirituality: The Creation Narrative of Genesis as a Paradigm,"
     AJPS 6 (2003), 3-21.
Aharoni, Y., "Tamar and the roads to Elath `Ain Husb as location of Tamar?," Israel Exploration Journal 13/1 (1963),
Ahuviah, A., "And He Loved Rachel More than Leah," Beit Mikra 39 (1994), 276-78 (Hebrew).
Aitken, K.T., "The Wooing of Rebekah: a Study in the Development of Tradition," JSOT 30 (1984), 3-23.
Alexander, T.D., "Are the Wife/Sister Incidents of Genesis Literary Compositional Variants?," VT 42 (1992), 145-53.
_____, "The Hagar Traditions in Genesis xvi and xxi," in J.A. Emerton, ed. Studies in the Pentateuch (VTSupp 41;
    Leiden: Brill, 1990:131-48.
_____, "Lot's Hospitality: A Clue to His Righteousness," JBL 104 (1985), 289-91.
Allen, C.G., "Who Was Rebekah? 'On Me Be the Curse, My Son.'" in R.M. Gross, ed. Beyond Androcentrism. Missoula,
    MT: Scholars Press, 1977: 183-216.
Anderson, G.A., "Is Eve the Problem?," in C. Seitz and K. Green-McCreight, eds. Theological Exegesis: Essays
    in Honor of Brevard S. Childs
. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1999:96-123.
Anderson, R., "A Tent Full of Bedouin Women [Tamar in Gen 38]," Daughters of Sarah 19 (1993), 34-35.
Andrew, M.E., "Moving from Death to Life: Verbs of Motion in the Story of Judah and Tamar in Gen 38," ZAW 105
    (1993), 262-69.
Ashley, K.M., "Interrogating Biblical Deception and Trickster Theories: Narrative of Patriarchy or Possibility?," Semeia
    42 (1988), 105-106.
Astour, M.C., "Tamar the Hierodule: An Essay in the Method of Vestigial Motifs," JBL 85 (1966), 185-96.
Aycock, A., "Potiphar's Wife: Prelude to a Structural Exegesis," Man 27 (1992), 479-494.
Bach, A., "Tracing Eve's Journey from Eden to MTV," Biblical Media in Translation. ABS/Paulist Press, 1996.
_____, "Breaking Free of the Biblical Frame-Up: Uncovering the Woman in Genesis 39," in Feminist Companion to
, 1993c:318-342.
Bailey, C., "How desert culture helps us understand the Bible: Bedouin law explains reaction to rape of  Dinah," BRev 7
    (1991), 14-21, 38.
Bailey, J.A., "Initiation and the Primal Woman in Gilgamesh and Genesis 2-3," JBL 89 (1970), 137-50.
Bailey, J.L., "Josephus' Portrayal of the Matriarchs," in L.H. Feldman and g. Hata, eds. Josephus, Judaism, and Christianity
    Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1987:154-79.
Bailey, R.C., "They're Nothing but Incestuous Bastards: The Polemical Use of Sex and Sexuality in Hebrew Canon
     Narratives," in F.F. Segovia and M.A. Tolbert, eds. Readings from This Place, Vol.1: Social Location and Biblical
     Interpretation in the United States
. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1995: 121-38.
Bailey, W.A., "Black and Jewish Women Consider Hagar," Encounter 63 (2002), 37-44.
Bal, M., "Myth a la lettre: Freud, Mann, Genesis and Rembrandt, and the Story of the Son," in Feminist Companion to
, 1993a:343-378.
Banon, D., "Exégèse biblique et philosophie [Gen 38]," Etudes Théologiques et Religieuses 66/4 (1991), 489-504.
Barr, J., "One Man, or All Humanity?" in A. Brenner and J.W. van Henten, eds. Recycling Biblical Figures. Leiden: Deo,
     1999: 3-21.
_____. The Garden of Eden and the Hope of Immortality. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1992.
_____, "The Vulgate Genesis and St. Jerome's Attitude to Women," Studia Patristica 18 (1982), 268-73.
Bassler, J., "Adam, Eve, and the pastor: the use of Genesis 2-3 in the Pastoral Epistles," In G. Robbins, ed. Genesis 1-3
    in the history of exegesis,
Batto, B.F., "The Institution of Marriage in Genesis 2 and in Atrahasis," CBQ 62 (2000), 621-31.
Beach, E.F. and F.L. Prior, "How Did Adam and Eve Make a Living?," BRev 11/2 (1995), 38-42.
Bechtel, L.M., "A Feminist Reading of Genesis 19:1-11," in A. Brenner, ed. Genesis. A Feminist Companion to the Bible,
    2nd series; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998: 108-28.
_____, "Genesis 2.4b-3.24: A Myth about Human Maturation," JSOT 67 (1995a), 3-26.
_____, "What If Dinah Is Not Raped? (Genesis 34)," JSOT 62 (1994), 19-36.
_____, "Rethinking the Interpretation of Genesis 2.4b-3.24," in Feminist Companion to Genesis, 1993:77-117.
Benjamin, D.C., "Stories of Adam and Eve," in H. Sun, ed. Problems in Biblical Theology. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans,
Bernard, J., "Genèse 1 à 3: Lecture et Traditions de Lecture," MScRel 41 (1984), 109-28.
Biddle, M.E., "The `Endangered Ancestress' and Blessing for the Nations," JBL 109 (1990), 599-611.
Bird, P., "`Male and Female He Created Them': Gen. 1:27b in the Context of the Priestly Account of Creation," HTR 77
    (1981), 129-59.
Bledstein, A.J., "Was Eve Cursed?," BRev 9/1 (1993a), 42-45.
_____, "Are Women Cursed in Genesis 3.16?," in Feminist Companion to Genesis, 1993b:142-145.
_____, "Binder, Trickster, Heel and Hairy-Man: Re-reading Genesis 27 as a Trickster Tale Told by a Woman," in
    Feminist Companion to Genesis, 1993c:282-295.
_____, "The Trials of Sarah," Judaism 30 (1981), 411-17.
Bolin, T.M., "The Role of Exchange in Ancient Mediterranean Religion and Its Implications for Reading Genesis 18-19,"
    JSOT 29/1 (2004), 37-56.
Bos, Johanna W.H., "An eyeopener at the gate: George Coats and Genesis 38," Lexington Theological Quarterly 27
    (1992), 119-123.
_____, "Out of the Shadows: Genesis 38; Judges 4:17-22; Ruth 3," Semeia 42 (1988), 37-67.
Breach, E.F., "An Iconographic Approach to Genesis 38," FCRB (1997), 285-305.
Brenner, A., ed. A Feminist Companion to Genesis. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1993b.
Bronner, L.L. Stories of Biblical Mothers: Maternal Power in the Hebrew Bible. Lanham, MD: University Press of
     America, 2004.
Brueggemann, W. A Social Reading of the Old Testament. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1994.
_____, "Genesis 17:1-22,:" Interpretation 45/1 (1991), 55-61.
_____, "Of the Same Flesh and Bone (Gn 2, 23a)," CBQ 32 (1970), 532-42.
Carden, M., "Homophobia and Rape in Sodom and Gibeah: A Response to Ken Stone," JSOT 82 (1999), 83-96.
Carmichael, C.M., "Biblical laws of talion [influence of Naboth incident, Tamar story]," Hebrew Annual Review 9
_____. Women, Law, and the Genesis Tradition. Edinburg, 1979.
Carr, D.M., "The Politics of Textual Subversion: a Diachronic Perspective on the Garden of Eden Story," JBL 112 (1993),
Caspi, M.M., "And His Should Clave unto Dinah (Gen 34): The Story of the Rape of Dinah: the Narrator and the Reader,"
    Annual of the Japanese Biblical Institute 11 (1985), 16-53.
Chalier, C. Les matriarchs: Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel et Lea. Paris: Editions du Cerf, 1986.
Chase, E.P., "Promises, Blessings, and Curses: Hagar and the Wild Ass," BT 50 (1999), 214-19.
Cheon, S., "Filling the Gap in the Story of Lot's Wife (Genesis 19:1-29)," AJT 15 (2001), 14-23.
Claasens, L.J.M., "And the Moon Spoke Up: Genesis 1 and Feminist Theology," Review & Expositor 103 (2006), 325-42.
Clines, D.J.A., "What Does Eve Do To Help? and Other Irredeemably Androcentric Orientations in Genesis 1-3," in What
     Does Eve Do to Help? and Other Readerly Questions to the Old Testament
. JSOTSup 94; Sheffield: JSOT, 1990:25-48.
_____, "The Significance of the 'Sons of God' Episode (Genesis 6:1-4) in the Context of the 'Primeval History.'" JSOT
    13 (1979), 33-46.
Coats, G.W.,
 ”Redactional Unity in Genesis 37-50,” JBL 93 (1974), 15-21.
_____, "Widow's Rights: a Crux in the Structure of Genesis 38," CBQ 34 (1972), 461-66.
Cohen, S.J.D., ed. The Jewish Family in Antiquity. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1993.
Collins, C.J., "What Happened to Adam and Eve? A Literary-Theological Approach to Genesis 3," Presbyterion 27 (2001),
Collins, J., "A Syntactical Note (Genesis 3:15): Is the Woman’s Seed Singular or Plural?," TB 48/1 (1997), 139-148.
Cook, J.E., "Rape and Its Aftermath in Genesis 34," TBT 44 (2006), 209-14.
_____, "Four Marginalized Foils--Tamar, Judah, Joseph and Potiphar's Wife: A Literary Study of Genesis 38-39,"
     PEGLMBS 21 (2001), 115-28.
Cooper, A., "Hagar in and out of Context," USQR 55 (1-2, 2001), 35-46.
Craig, K.M., "Misspeaking in Eden, or Fielding Questions in the Garden (Gen 2:16--3:13)," PRS 27 (2000), 235-47.
Davidson, J.A., "Genesis Matriarchs Engage Feminism," AUSS 40 (2002), 169-78.
Davies, P.R., "Genesis and the Gendered World," in The World of Genesis (1998), 7-15.
_____, "Women, Men, Gods, Sex and Power: The Birth of a Biblical Myth," in Feminist Companion to Genesis (1993),
Demoustier, A., "Un aspect du rapport homme et femme selon les chapitres 1 à 5 du livre de la Genèse: Esquisse d'une
éflexion," NRT 125 (2003), 187-204.
de Roop, R., "The Use of the Past to Address the Present: the Wife-Sister-Incidents (Gen 12,10-20; 20,1-18; 26,1-16)," in
     A. Wenin, ed. Studies in the Book of Genesis. Leuven: Peeters, 2001b: 359-69.
Donaldson, M.E., "Kinship Theory in the Patriarchal Narratives: the Case of the Barren Wife," JAAR 49 (1981), 77-87.
Doyle, B., "Knock, Knock, Knockin' on Sodom's Door," JSOT 28 (2004), 441-43.
Dozeman, T.B., "The Wilderness and Salvation History in the Hagar Story," JBL 117 (1998), 23-43.
Dresner, Samuel H., "Barren Rachel," Judaism 40 (1991), 442-451.
Drey, P.R., "The Role of Hagar in Genesis 16," AUSS 40 (2002), 179-95.
Driver, G.R., "Hebrew Mothers," ZAW 67 (1955), 246-48.
Emerton, J.A., "Judah and Tamar," VT 29 (1979), 403-15.
_____, "Examination of a recent structuralist interpretation of Genesis 38," VT 26 (1976), 79-98.
_____, "Some problems in Genesis 38," VT 25 (1975), 338-61.
Engar, A., "Old Testament Women as Trickers [Rebeccah, Rachel, Ruth, Jael, Rahab, Esther]," in V.L. Trollers and J.
    Maier, eds. Mappings of the Biblical Terrain. Lewisburg: Bucknell U. Press,1990:143-57.
Engelken, K. Frauen im Alten Israel: Eine begriffsgeschichtliche und sozialrechtliche Studie zur Stellung der Frau im
    Alten Testament
. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1990.
Eslinger, L., "A Contextual Identification of the bene ha'elohim and benoth ha'adam in Genesis 6:1-4," JSOT 13 (1979),
Exum, J.C., "Desire Distorted and Exhibited: Lot and His Daughters in Psychoanalysis," in "A Wise and Discerning
(2000), 83-108.
Exum, J.C. Fragmented Women: Feminist (Sub)versions of Biblical Narratives. Valley Forge: Trinity, 1993a.
_____, "Who's Afraid of `The Endangered Ancestress'?," in J.C. Exum and D.J.A. Clines, eds. The New Literary
. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1993b:91-113.
_____, "The Mothers of Israel: The Patriarchal Narratives from a Feminist Perspective," BRev 2/1 (1986), 60-67.
Fass, D.E., "Unbinding Mother Rebekah," Judaism 41 (1992), 361-76.
Feldman, Y.S., "`And Rebecca Loved Jacob', but Freud Did Not," JSQ 1 (1993/94), 72-88.
Fensham, F.C.,, "Gen 34 and Mari," JNSL 4 (1975), 87-90.
Fewell, D.N. and D. Gunn, "Tipping the Balance: Sternberg's Reader and the Rape of Dinah," JBL 110 (1991), 193-211.
Firestone, R., "Prophethood, Marriageable Consanquinity, and Text: The Problem of Abraham and Sarah's Kinship
    Relationship andthe Response of Jewish and Islamic Exegesis," JQR 83 (1993), 331-47.
_____, "Difficulties in Keeping a Beautiful Wife: the Legend of Abraham and Sarah in Jewish and Islamic Tradition," JJS
    42 (1991), 196-214.
Fishbane, M., "Israel and the `Mothers'," in The Garments of Torah. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1989:49-63.
Fleishman, Y., "The Expulsion of Ishmael," Beit Mikra 157 (1999), 146-62. (Hebrew)
Frankel, R., "The Matriarchal Groupings of the Tribal Eponyms: a Reappraisal," in P.R. Davies and D.J.A. Clines, eds.
    The World of Genesis. JSOTSup 257; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1998:121-25.
Freedman, D.N., "Dinah and Shechem, Tamar and Amnon," Austin Seminary Bulletin: Faculty Edition 105 (1991), 51-63.
_____, "Woman, a Power Equal to Man: Translation of Woman as a 'Fit Helpmate' for Man Is Questioned," BRev
9 (1983), 56-58.
Frettlöh, M.L., "Isaak und seine Mütter," EvT 54 (1994), 427-52.
Friedman, M., "Tamar, a Symbol of Life: The 'Killer Wife' Superstition in the Bible and Jewish Tradition," AJS Review
    15 (1990), 23-61.
Frontain, R.J. and J. Wojcik, eds. Old Testament Women in Western Literature. Conway, Ark: UCA Pr, 1991.
Frontain, R.J., "Dinah and the comedy of castration in Sterne's Tristram Shandy," In Old Testament Women, 1991:174-203.
Frymer-Kensky, T., "Patriarchal Family Relationships and Near Eastern Law," BA 44 (1981), 209-14.
Fuchs, E., "Structure, Ideology and Politics in the Biblical Betrothal Type-Scene," in Feminist Companion to Genesis,
_____, "Contemporary Biblical Literary Criticism: The Objective Phallacy [Dinah]," in V.L. Tollers and J. Maier, eds.
    Mappings of the Biblical Terrain: the Bible as Text. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1990:134-42.
_____, "The Literary Characterization of Mothers and Sexual Politics in the Hebrew Bible," Semeia 46 (1989), 151-166.
_____, "`For I Have the Way of Women': Deception, Gender, and Ideology in Biblical Narrative," Semeia 42 (1988), 68-83.|
_____, "Structure and Patriarchal Functions in the Biblical Bethrothal Type-Scene: Some Preliminary Notes," Journal of
    Feminist Studies
3 (1987), 7-13.
Fuh, S., "What is Woman's Desire?," WJT 37 (1974-75), 376-83.
Furman, N., "His Story versus Her Story: Male Genealogy and Female Strategy in the Jacob Cycle [Gen 39],"
   Semeia 46 (1989), 141-49.
Galambush, J., "`adam from `adama, `issa from `is: Derivation and Subordination in Genesis 2.4b-3.24," in M.P. Graham,
    et al, eds. History and Interpretation: Essays in Honour of John H. Hayes. Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1993:33-46.
Gardner, A.E., "Genesis 2:4b-3: A Mythological Paradigm of Sexual Equality or of the Religious History of Pre-Exilic Israel?,"
     SJT 43 (1990), 1-18.
Gerstenberger, E.S., "Jahwe - ein patriarchaler Gott?," in Traditionelles Gottesbild und feministische Theologie. Stuttgart:
    Kohlhammer, 1988.

Gillmayr-Bucher, S., "The Woman of Their Dreams: The Image of Rebekah in Genesis 24," in The World of Genesis
(1998), 90-101.

Glancy, J.A., "The Mistress-Slave Dialectic: Paradoxes of Slavery in Three LXX Narratives," JSOT 72 (1996a), 71-87.
_____, "The Mistress of the Gaze: Masculinity, Slavery, and Representation," Semeia 74 (1996b), 127-145.
Glassner, J.J., "Women, Hospitality and the Honor of the Family," in B.S. Lesko, ed. Women's Earliest Records (Atlanta:
    Scholars Press, 1988), 71-90.

Goldin, J., "Youngest son or where does Genesis 38 belong?," JBL 96 (1977), 27-44.
Goldingay, J., "The Significance of Circumcision," JSOT 88 (2000), 3-18.
_____, "Postmodernizing Eve and Adam," in The World of Genesis (1998), 50-59.
_____, "Hosea 1--3, Genesis 1--4, and a Masculist Interpretation," HBT 17 (1995), 37-44.
Good, E.M., "Deception and women: a response," Semeia 42 (1988), 116-32.
Goodnick, B., "Rebekah's Deceit or Isaac's Great Test," JBQ 23 (1995), 221-28.
Gordon, P. and H. Washington, "Rape as a Military Metaphor in the Hebrew Bible," in A. Brenner, ed. A
    Feminist Companion to the Latter Prophets
. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995:308-25.
Gordon, C., "Hagar, a Throw-Away Character Among the Matriarchs?," SBL Seminar Papers 24 (1985), 271-77.
Görg, M., "Geschichte der Sünde--Sünde der Geschichte: Gen 3, 1-7 im Licht Tendenzkritischen Beobachtungen," MTZ 41
     (1990), 315-25.
Gossai, H. Power and Marginality in the Abraham Narrative. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1995.

Gosse, B., "L'ecriture de Gn 3, le serpent dualite de la femme et de l'homme," BN 98 (1999), 19-20.
Graetz, N., "Dinah the Daughter," in Feminist Companion to Genesis, 1993:306-317.
Grayson, A.K. and J. Van Seters, "The Childless Wife in Assyria and the Stories of Genesis," Or 44 (1975), 485-86.
Greenberg, M., "Another Look at Rachel's Theft of the Teraphim," JBL 81 (1962), 239-48.
Greiner, S.L., "Did Eve Fall or Was She Pushed?," BRev 15/4 (1999), 16-23, 50-51.
Grelot, "Le péché de 'Onan (Gn. xxxviii,9)," VT 49 (1999), 143-55.
Hackett, J.A., "Rehabilitating Hagar: Fragments of an Epic Pattern," in P.L. Day, ed. Gender and Difference in Ancient
. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1989a:12-27.
Hanson, R.S. The Serpent Was Wiser. Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1972.
Hepner, G., "Abraham's Incestuous Marriage with Sarah: a Violation of the Holiness Code," VT 53 (2003), 143-55.
_____, "The Affliction and Divorce of Hagar Involves Violations of the Covenant and Deuteronomic Codes," ZABR
     8 (2002a), 166-206.
_____, "Jacob's Oath Causes Rachel's Death, Reflecting the Law in Lev 5:4-6," ZABR 8 (2002b), 131-65.
Herr, B., "Die reine Rahel: Eine anmerkung zu Gen 31,35," ZAW 110 (1998), 238-39.
Hess, R.S., "The Roles of the Woman and the Man in Genesis 3," Themelios 3 (1993), 15-19.
Higgins, J.M., "The Myth of Eve: The Temptress," JAAR 44 (1976), 639-47.
Hobbs, T.R., "Hospitality in the First Testament and the 'Teleological Fallacy,'" JSOT 95 (2001), 3-30.

Hoffmeier, J.K., "The Wives' Tales of Genesis 12, 20, and 26 and the Covenants at Beer-Sheba," TB 43 (1992), 81-99.
Hoffner, H., "Hittite Tarpish and the Hebrew Teraphim, " JNES 27 (1968), 61-68.
Hollis, S.T., "The Woman in Ancient Examples of the Potiphar's Wife Motif, K2111," in P.L. Day, ed. Gender and
    Difference in Ancient Israel
. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1989:28-42.
Homan, M.M., "Date Rape: The Agricultural and Astronomical Background of the Sumerian Sacred Marriage and
     Genesis 38," SJOT 16 (2002), 283-92.
Horowitz, M.C., "The Image of God in Man: Is Woman Included [Gen 1:27],?" HTR 72 (1979), 175-206.
Horst, P.W. Van Der, "Did Sarah Have a Seminal Emission?," BRev 8/1 (1992), 34-39.
Humphreys, W.L., "Where's Sarah? Echoes of a Silent Voice in the Akedah," Soundings 81 (1998a), 491-512.
Hurowitz, V.A., "Who Lost an Earring? Genesis 35:4 Reconsidered," CBQ 62 (2000), 28-32.
Hyman, R.T., "Final Judgment: The Ambiguous Moral Question That Culminates Genesis 34," JBQ 28 (2000), 93-101.
Jackson, M., "Lot's Daughters and Tamar as Tricksters and the Patriarchal Narratives as Feminist Theology," JSOT 98
     (2002), 29-46.
Jacobi, M., "Who was the First Deborah? The Puzzle of Genesis 35.8," Journal of Progressive Judaism 2 (1994),
Jacobs, M.M., "Eve: Influential Glimpses from Her Story," Scrip 90 (2005), 756-78.
Jagendorf, Z., "In the morning, behold, it was Leah: Genesis and the reversal of sexual knowledge," Prooftexts 4 (1984),
Janzen, J.G., "Hagar in Paul's Eyes and in the Eyes of Yahweh (Genesis 16): a Study in Horizons," Horizons in Biblical
13 (1991), 1-22.

Jaros, K., "Die Motive der Heiligen Baume und der Schlange in Gen 2-3," ZAW 92 (1980), 204-215.
Jeansonne, S.P. The Women of Genesis. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1990.
Kahl, B., "'Und die rief seinen Name: Seth' (Gen 4:25. Die Geburt der kritischen Erkenntnis und das ungelasene Ende der
     Eva-Geschichte," T & K 26 (4, 2003), 23-34.
_____, "And She Called His Name Seth (Gen 4:25): The Birth of Critical Knowledge and the Unread End of Eve's
    Story," USQR 53 (1999), 19-28.
Kapelrud, A.S., "You Shall Surely Not Die," in A. Lemaire and B. Otzen, eds. History and Tradition of Early Israel.
    VTSup 50; Leiden: Brill, 1993:50-61.
Kardimon, S., "Adoption as a Remedy for Infertility in the Period of the Patriarchs," JSS 3 (1958), 123ff.
Kass, L.R., "Regarding Daughters and Sisters: the Rape of Dinah," Commentary 93 (1992), 29-38.
Kevers, P., "Etude littéraire de Genèse 34," Revue biblique 87 (1980), 38-86.
Kim, H.C.P., "Gender Complementarity in the Hebrew Bible," in W. Kim, D. Ellens, M. Floyd, and M.A. Sweeney, eds.
    Reading the Hebrew Bible for a New Millennium. Vol. 1. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity, 2000: 263-91.
Kimelman, R., "The Seduction of Eve and the Exegetical Politics of Gender," BibInt 2 (1996), 1-39.
Korsak, M.P., "Genesis: A New Look," in Feminist Companion to Genesis, 1993:39-52.
Kottackal, J., "Family Life in the Pentateuchal Traditions," Bible Bhashyam 20 (1994), 267-79.
Kozar, J.V., "When 'Circumfession' is Not Enough: Understanding the Murder of the Newly Circumcised Shechemites Subsequent to Shechem's Rape of Dinah (Gn 34)," PEGLMBS 23 (2003), 55-64.
Kruger, T., "Genesis 38 -- ein `Lehrstuck' alttestamentlicher Ethik," in R. Bartelmus et al, eds. Konsequente
. OBO 126; Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1993:205-226.
Kugel, J., "The Story of Dinah in the Testament of Levi," HTR 85 (1992), 1-34.
Kvam, K.E., et al, eds. Eve and Adam: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Readings on Genesis and Gender.
    Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1999.
Laffey, A.L. The Pentateuch: a Liberation-Critical Reading. Minneapolis: Fortress/Augsburg, 1998.
_____. Introduction to the Old Testament: a Feminist Perspective. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1988.
Lambe, A.J., "Genesis 38: Structure and Literary Design," in The World of Genesis (1998), 102-120.
Lanser, S., "(Feminist) Criticism in the Garden: Inferring Genesis 2-3," Semeia 41 (1988), 67-84.
Layton, S.C., "Remarks on the Canaanite Origin of Eve," CBQ 59 (1997b), 22-32.
Lemche, N.P., "Rachel and Lea," SJOT 2 (1987), 127-153.
Letellier, R. Day in Mamre, Night in Sodom: Abraham and Lot in Genesis 18 and 19. Biblical Interpretation, 10; Leiden:
    Brill, 1995.
Levine, N., "Sarah/Sodomo: Birth,, Destruction, and Synchronic Transaction," JSOT 31 (2006), 131-46.
Levinson, J., "An-Other Woman: Joseph and Potiphar's Wife. Staging the Body Politic," JQR 87 (1997), 269-301.
Lewis, J.P., "The Woman's Seed (Gen 3:15)," JETS 34 (1991), 299-319.
Lockwood, P.F., "Jacob's Other Twin: Reading the Rape of Dinah in Context," LTJ 29 (1995), 98-105.
_____, "Tamar's Place in the Joseph Cycle," LTJ 26 (1992), 35-43.
Longacre, R.E., "Genesis as Soap Opera: Some Observations about Storytelling in the Hebrew Bible," JOTT 7 (1995), 1-8.
Luke, K., "Esau's Marriage," ITS 25 (1988), 171-90.
Luther, B., "Die Nouvelle von Juda und Tamar und andere israelitische Novellen," in E. Meyer, ed. Die Israeliten
    und ihre Nachbarstamme
. Halle: Max Niemeyer, 1906:175-206.
McEvenue, S.E. "A Comparison of Narrative Styles in the Hagar Stories," in Classical Hebrew Narrative. Edited by R.C.
    Culley. Semeia 3 (1975):64-80.
McKay, H.A., "Confronting Redundancy as Middle Manager and Wife: The Feisty Woman of Genesis 39," Semeia
87 (1999), 215-31.
_____, "She Said to Him, He Said to Her: Power Talk in the Bible or Foucault Listens at the Keyhole," BTB
28 (1998), 45-51.
Martin, F., "Male and Female He Created Them: A Summary of the Teaching of Genesis Chapter One," Communio 20
    (1993), 240-65.
Mary, C., "Woman in Creation Story," Jeevadhara 21 (1991), 95-106.
Masenya, M., "A Bosadi (Womanhood) Reading of Genesis 16," OTE 11 (1998), 271-87.
Mathewson, S.D., "An exegetical study of Genesis 38," Bibliotheca Sacra 146 (1989), 373-392.
Matthews, V.H., "Hospitality and Hostility in Genesis 19 and Judges 19," BTB 22 (1992), 3-11.
Mbuwayesango, D.R., "Childlessness and Woman-to Woman Relationships in Genesis and in African Patriarchal
    Society: Sarah and Hagar from a Zimbabwean Woman's Perspective (Gen 16:1-16; 21:8-21)," Semeia 78
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