The idea that Elihu speaks for Satan is affirmed in “The Testament of Job,” a pseudepigraphica work of the Roman period. Cf. J. H. Charlesworth The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, vol. I, pp. 829–868, especially pp. 860–863, where chapters. 41–43 are translated and discussed. Note especially Testament Job 41:5, “Then Elihu, inspired by Satan, spoke out against me …”; 43:5 “Elihu, the only evil one” and 43:17 “and the evil one Elihu.” I am grateful to my student John Kutsko for calling my attention to the references in the Testament of Job.