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The book שערי נחמה (page נ"ה section ט) says the following verses are the ones which are read in regular (non-sad) trop, according to the custom of the yeshivot (the ashkenazi ones, I assume) in Eretz Yisrael: verse 1 verses 16 to 19 verses 24 to 27 All other verses are read in sad trop.
R Mosheh Lichtenstein has a nice series on the weekly Haftorah available on the VBM here. I see they also have a second (incomplete) series by R Yehuda Shaviv here, though I haven't read any of them.
This is what I've found so far: Torah.org Haftorah by Rabbi Dovid Siegel. The Rabbi: presents a general overview of the Haftorah together with historic background isolates a hidden theme of the Haftorah Finds a common thread which runs through the haftorah and the weekly Torah portion. uses commentaries and midrashic sources to reveals ethic and moral ...
The Lubavitcher Rebbe explains (Likuttey Sichos vol. 33 pg. 18, adapted in English here): The Gemora (Chagiga 13b) explains the difference between the Merkava of Yishayahu and that of Yechezkel: כל שראה יחזקאל ראה ישעיה למה יחזקאל דומה לבן כפר שראה את המלך ולמה ישעיה דומה לבן כרך שראה את המלך All that Yechezkel saw Yeshayahu saw. What does ...
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