Some of the recent and/or standard works on Jeremiah not specifically mentioned in the endnotes below include John Bright, Jeremiah, Anchor Bible 21 (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1965); Robert P. Carroll, From Chaos to Covenant: Prophecy in the Book of Jeremiah (New York: Crossroad, 1981); Carroll, Jeremiah: A Commentary, Old Testament Library (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1986); R.E. Clements, Jeremiah, Interpretation: A Biblical Commentary for Teaching and Preaching (Atlanta: John Knox Press, 1988); James L. Crenshaw, “A Living Tradition: The Book of Jeremiah in Current Research,” Interpretation 37 (1983), pp. 117–129; T.R. Hobbs, “Some Remarks on the Composition and Structure of the Book of Jeremiah,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly (CBQ) 34 (1972), pp. 257–275; William L. Holladay, Jeremiah: A Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Jeremiah, 2 vols., Hermeneia series (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1986–1989); William McKane, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Jeremiah, International Critical Commentary 1 (Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1986); Kathleen M. O’Connor, The Confessions of Jeremiah: Their Interpretation and Role in Chapters 1–25, Society of Biblical Literature Dissertation Series (SBLDS) 94 (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1988); Leo G. Perdue, “Jeremiah in Modern Research: Approaches and Issues,” in A Prophet to the Nations: Essays in Jeremiah Studies, ed. Perdue and Brian W. Kovacs (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1984), pp. 1–32; Louis Stuhlman, The Prose Sermons of the Book of Jeremiah: A Redescription of the Correspondences with Deuteronomistic Literature in the Light of Recent Text-critical Research, SBLDS 83 (Atlanta, GA: SBL, 1986).