For a selection of Lilith scholarship, see Nitza Abrabanel, Eve and Lilith (Ramat-Gan: Bar Ilan Univ. Press, 1994) [Hebrew]; Joseph Dan, “Samael, Lilith, and the Concept of Evil in Early Kabbalah,” AJS Review 5 (1980), pp. 17–40; R.P. Dow, “The Vengeful Brood of Lilith and Samael,” Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 12 (1917), pp. 2–9; G.R. Driver, “Lilith,” Palestine Exploration Quarterly 91 (1959), pp. 55–57; Mordechai Gafni and Ohad Ezrahi, Who’s Afraid of Lilith: Re-Reading the Kabbalah of the Feminine Shadow (Moshav Ben-Shemen: Modan, 2005) [Hebrew]; A.S. Freidus, “A Bibliography of Lilith,” Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 12 (1917), pp. 9–13; Louis Ginzberg, The Legends of the Jews, vol. 1 (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1909–1946), pp. 64–69; Ginzberg, Legends, vol. 5, pp. 277–278, note 3 and “index”; Susannah Heschel, “Lilith,” Encyclopaedia Judaica, 2nd ed., vol. 13 (Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2007), pp. 19–20; Siegmund Hurwitz, Lilith: The First Eve: Historical and Psychological Aspects of the Dark Feminine, revised ed., Gela Jacobson, trans. (Einsiedeln, Switzerland: Daimon Verlag, 1999); Rebecca Lesses, “Exe(o)rcising Power: Women as Sorceresses, Exorcists, and Demonesses in Babylonian Jewish Society of Late Antiquity,” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 69 (2001), pp. 343–375; Raphael Patai, The Hebrew Goddess, 3rd enlarged ed. (Detroit: Wayne State Univ. Press, 1990), pp. 221–254; Judith Plaskow and Donna Berman, eds., The Coming of Lilith: Essays on Feminism, Judaism and Sexual Ethics, 1972–2003 (Boston: Beacon Press, 2005); Gershom Scholem, “Lilith,” Encyclopaedia Judaica, 2nd ed., vol. 13 (Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2007), pp. 17–19; Gershom Scholem, Elements of the Kabbalah and Its Symbolism, J. Ben-Shelomoh, trans. from German (Jerusalem: The Bialik Institute, 1976) [Hebrew], pp. 385–386; Gershom Scholem, “New Chapters in the Story of Ashmedai and Lilith,” Tarbiz 19 (1947/48), pp. 165–175 [Hebrew]; H. Torczyner, “A Hebrew Incantation Against Night-Demons from Biblical Times,” Journal of Near Eastern Studies 6 (1947), pp. 18–29; J. Trachtenberg, Jewish Magic and Superstition: A Study in Folk Religion (New York: Behrman’s Jewish Book House, 1939), pp. 36–37, 277–278, note 33.