Much more has been said about the character of the interpretive tradition in which the voice in Jeremiah 51:64b stands. See Clements, “The Prophet and His Editors,” in The Bible in Three Dimensions: Essays in Celebration of Forty Years of Biblical Studies in the University of Sheffield, ed. David J.A. Clines et al. (Sheffield, UK: JSOT Press, 1990), pp. 203–220; Clements, “Jeremiah 1–25 and the Deuteronomistic History,” in Old Testament Prophecy: From Oracles to Canon (Louisville: Westminster Press/John Knox Press, 1996), pp. 107–122; Terence Collins, The Mantle of Elijah: The Redaction Criticism of the Prophetical Books (Sheffield, UK: JSOT Press, 1993); Collins, “Deuteronomist Influence on the Prophetical Books,” in Curtis and Römer, Book of Jeremiah, pp. 15–26; Diamond, “Portraying Prophecy: Of Doublets, Variants and Analogies in the Narrative Representation of Jeremiah’s Oracles—Reconstructing the Hermeneutics of Prophecy,” JSOT 57 (1993), pp. 99–119; Siegfried Herrmann, “Jeremia—Der Prophet und die Verfasser des Buches Jeremia,” in Bogaert, Le livre de Jérémie, pp. 197–214; J. Philip Hyatt, “Jeremiah and Deuteronomy,” Journal of Near Eastern Studies 1 (1942), pp. 156–173; Hyatt, “The Deuteronomic Edition of Jeremiah,” Vanderbilt Studies in the Humanities 1 (1951), pp. 71–95 (reprinted in Perdue and Kovacs, Prophet to the Nations, pp. 247–267); Herbert Gordon May, “Towards an Objective Approach to the Book of Jeremiah: The Biographer,” JBL 61 (1942), pp. 139–155; Nicholson, Preaching to the Exiles: A Study of the Prose Tradition in the Book of Jeremiah (New York: Schocken Books, 1970); Christopher R. Seitz, “The Prophet Moses and the Canonical Shape of Jeremiah,” ZAW 101 (1989), pp. 3–27; Winfried Thiel, Die deuteronomistische Redaktion von Jeremia 1–25, Wissenschaft Monographien zum Alten und Neuen Testament 41 (1973); Walther Zimmerli, “From Prophetic Word to Prophetic Book,” trans. Andreas Kostenberger, in The Place Is Too Small for Us: The Israelite Prophets in Recent Scholarship, ed. Robert P. Gordon (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1995), pp. 419–442.