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Donald H. Akenson. Surpassing Wonder: The Invention of the Bible and the Talmuds. University of Chicago Press. 2001. 658pp.

Karen Armstrong. The Bible: A Biography. Atlantic Monthly Press. 2007. 192pp.

Denis Baly. The Geography of the Bible: A Study in Historical Geography. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1957. 303pp.

John Barton (editor). The Biblical World. Taylor & Francis. 2002. 768pp.

Benson Bobrick. Wide as the Waters: The Story of the English Bible and the Revolution it Inspired. New York: Simon & Schuster. 2001. 379pp.

William J. Chamberlin. Catalogue of English Bible Translations: A Classified Bibliography of Versions and Editions Including Books, Parts, and Old and New Testament Apocrypha and Apocryphal Books. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1991. 898pp.

Margaret Deanesly. The Lollard Bible and Other Medieval Biblical Versions. Cambridge University Press. 1920. 483pp.

Bart D. Ehrman. Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why. HarperCollins. 2005. 242pp.

Leslie Howsam. Cheap Bibles: Nineteenth-Century Publishing and the British and Foreign Bible Society. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 263pp.

William M. Schniedewind. How the Bible Became a Book: The Textualization of Ancient Israel. Cambridge University Press. 2004. 272pp.

Michael E. Stone; Theodore A. Bergren (editors). Biblical Figures Outside the Bible. Continuum International Publishing Group. 2003. 448pp.

Peter J. Wosh. Spreading the Word: The Bible Business in Nineteenth-century America. Cornell University Press. 1994. 271pp.

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