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Angel, Hayyim. A midrashic view of Ruth amidst a sea of ambiguity.  Jewish Bible Quarterly, 33 no 2 Apr - Jun 2005, p 91-99.

Baylis, Charles P. Naomi in the book of Ruth in light of the Mosaic covenant.  Bibliotheca sacra, 161 no 644 Oct - Dec 2004, p 413-431.

Berman, Joshua. Ancient hermeneutics and the legal structure of the book of Ruth.  Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, 119 no 1 2007, p 22-38.

Burrows, Millar. Levirate marriage in Israel.  Journal of Biblical Literature, 59 no 1 1940, p 23-33.

Burrows, Millar. The marriage of Boaz and Ruth.  Journal of Biblical Literature, 59 no 4 1940, p 445-454.

Callaham, Scott N. But Ruth clung to her: textual constraints on ambiguity in Ruth 1:14.  Tyndale Bulletin, 63 no 2 2012, p 179-197.

Carmichael, Calum M. 'Treading' in the book of Ruth.  Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, 92 no 2 1980, p 248-266.

Claassens, L Juliana M. Resisting dehumanization: Ruth, Tamar, and the quest for human dignity.  The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 74 no 4 Oct 2012, p 659-674.

Cohen, Abraham D. The eschatological meaning of the book of Ruth: 'blessed be God: asher lo hishbit lakh go'el'.  Jewish Bible Quarterly, 40 no 3 Jul - Sep 2012, p 163-170.

Davies, Eryl W. Inheritance rights and the Hebrew levirate marriage.  Vetus testamentum, 31 no 3 Jul 1981, p 257-268.

Davies, Eryl W. Ruth 4:5 and the duties of the gō'ēl.  Vetus testamentum, 33 no 2 Apr 1983, p 231-234.

Davis, Andrew R. The literary effect of gender discord in the Book of Ruth.  Journal of Biblical Literature, 132 no 3 2013, p 495-513.

Derby, Josiah. A Problem in the Book of Ruth.  Jewish Bible Quarterly, 22 no 3 Jul 1994, p 178-185,172.

Embry, Brad.  'Redemption-acquistion': the marriage of Ruth as a theological commentary on Yahweh and Yahweh's people.  Journal of Theological Interpretation, 7 no 2 Fall 2013, p 257-273.

Fewell, Danna Nolan. Space for moral agency in the book of Ruth.  Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 40 no 1 Sep 2015, p 79-96.

Fewell, Danna Nolan; Gunn, David M.  Boaz, pillar of society: measures of worth in the book of Ruth.  Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 14 no 45 Oct 1989, p 45-59

Fisch, Harold. Ruth and the structure of covenant history.  Vetus testamentum, 32 no 4 Oct 1982, p 425-437.

Glover, Neil. Your people, my people: an exploration of ethnicity in Ruth.  Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 33 no 3 Mar 2009, p 293-313.

Goh, Samuel T S.  Ruth as a superior woman of חיל?: a comparison between Ruth and the 'capable' woman in Proverbs 31.10-31.  Journal for the Study of the Old Testament (Online), 38 no 4 Jun 2014, p 487-500.

Goswell, Gregory Ross. The Book of Ruth and the house of David.  The Evangelical Quarterly, 86 no 2 Apr 2014, p 116-129.

Gow, Murray D. Ruth quoque--a coquette: (Ruth 4:5).  Tyndale Bulletin, 41 no 2 Nov 1990, p 302-311.

Green, Barbara. The plot of the biblical story of Ruth.  Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 7 no 23 Jul 1982, p 55-68.

Grossman, Yonatan. 'Gleaning among the ears' -- 'gathering among the sheaves': characterizing the image of the supervising boy (Ruth 2).  Journal of Biblical Literature, 126 no 4 Wint 2007, p 703-716.

Haug, Jon. Self-interest as holy in Ruth.  The Journal of Religious Thought, 60 - 63 no 2 - no 2 2008 - 2010, p 167-175.

Hendel, Russel Jay. Ruth: the legal code for the laws of kindness.  Jewish Bible Quarterly, 36 no 4 Oct - Dec 2008, p 254-260.

Howell, James C. Ruth 1:1-18.  Interpretation, 51 no 3 Jul 1997, p 281-284.

Hubbard, Robert L. Ruth 4:17: a new solution.  Vetus testamentum, 38 no 3 Jul 1988, p 293-301.

Hyman, Ronald T. Questions and changing identity in the Book of Ruth.  Union Seminary Quarterly Review, 39 no 3 1984, p 189-201.

Irwin, Brian P. Removing Ruth: tiqqune sopherim in Ruth 3.3-4?  Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 32 no 3 Mar 2008, p 331-338.

Jastrow, Morris. On Ruth 2:8.  Journal of Biblical Literature, 15 1896, p 59-62

Jones, Edward Allen III.  'Who are you, my daughter [ מי את בתי ] ?': a reassessment of Ruth and Naomi in Ruth 3.  The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 76 no 4 Oct 2014, p 653-664.

Keish, Martha L. Ruth 2.  Interpretation, 64 no 2 Apr 2010, p 174-176.

Ketchum, Josh. The Goʼel custom in Ruth: a comparative study.  Restoration Quarterly, 52 no 4 2010, p 237-245.

King, Greg A. Ruth 2:1-13.  Interpretation, 52 no 2 Apr 1998, p 182-184.

Labuschagne, C J. Crux in Ruth 4:11.  Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft, 79 no 3 1967, p 364-367.

Lacheman, Ernest René. Note on Ruth 4:7-8.  Journal of Biblical Literature, 56 no 1 1937, p 53-56.

Levenson, Alan. The mantle of the matriarchs: Ruth 4:11-15.  Jewish Bible Quarterly, 38 no 4 Oct - Dec 2010, p 237-243.

Linafelt, Tod. Narrative and poetic art in the Book of Ruth.  Interpretation, 64 no 2 Apr 2010, p 118-129.

Mann, Thomas Wingate. Ruth 4.  Interpretation, 64 no 2 Apr 2010, p 178-180.

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Moore, Michael S. Ruth the Moabite and the Blessing of Foreigners.  The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 60 no 2 Apr 1998, p 203-217.

Moore, Michael S. Two Textual Anomalies in Ruth.  The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 59 no 2 Apr 1997, p 234-243.

Murphy, Roland Edmund. Israel and Moab in the ninth century BC.  The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, 15 no 4 Oct 1953, p 409-417.

O'Kane, Martin. The iconography of the Book of Ruth.  Interpretation, 64 no 2 Apr 2010, p 130-145.

Ostriker, Alicia. The book of Ruth and the love of the land.  Biblical Interpretation, 10 no 4 2002, p 343-358.

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