Regarding Dinah, the Jewish Encyclopedia states (bolding added by me):
—In Rabbinical Literature:
Dinah is blamed for the affair with Shechem because she "went out" (Gen. xxxiv. 1), and her brothers had to drag her away from Shechem by force (Eccl. R. x. 8; Gen. R. lxxx.). When Jacob went to meet Esau, he first locked Dinah in a box, for fear that Esau would wish to marry her. Such action of his brought out the rebuke from God: "If thou hadst married off thy daughter in time she would not have been tempted to sin, and might, moreover, have exerted a beneficial influence upon her husband" (Gen. R. lxxx.). Her brother Simeon promised to marry her; but she did not wish to leave, Shechem, fearing that after her disgrace no one would take her to wife (Gen. R. l.c.); she was later married to Job however (B. B. 16b [sic; 15b apparently the correct reference]; Gen. R. l.c.). When she died, Simeon buried her in the land of Cannan [sic]. She is therefore referred to as "the Canaanitish woman" (Gen. xlvi. 10). Shaul (ib.) was her son by Shechem (Gen. R. l.c.).
I'm trying to track down the exact statements from the Genesis Rabbah from which the bolded text above summarizes. I believe it may be at least in part from the following portion of this page of Hebrew text:
[יא [דינה הוצאה מביתו של שכם
ויקחו את דינה ר' יודן אמר: גוררין בה ויוצאין.
אמר רבי הונא: הנבעלת לערל קשה לפרוש.
אמר רבי הונא: אמרה: ואני אנה הוליך את חרפתי? עד שנשבע לה שמעון, שהוא נוטלה, הה"ד: (שם מז) ושאול בן הכנענית, בן דינה שנבעלה לכנעני.
ר' יהודה ור' נחמיה ורבנן ר' יהודה אמר: שעשה כמעשה כנענים.
ר' נחמיה אמר: שנבעלה מחוי, שהוא בכלל כנענים.
ורבנן אמרין: נטלה שמעון וקברה בארץ כנען:
So what I want to know:
- Is this the correct source text of the Genesis Rabbah that the Jewish Encyclopedia is summarizing? If not, what is?
- If so, is there an English translation of this section available online? (My attempt to Google Translate seems to be only partially successful, and the translation would appear to need some serious smoothing out. I can translate some Hebrew from the Tanach with effort and some helps, but am not literate in reading Hebrew generally to be confident in translating all the above myself)
I desire to find the exact source of these statements by the Jewish Encyclopedia, both in Hebrew and an English translation, so I can determine that the summary appears to accurately reflect what these particular teachings on this were by the Rabbis (I realize other teachings may exist as well).
My particular interest is in the Rabbinic source(s) that postulate Shaul is the son of Shechem (the last statement in the JE entry above), in contrast to some other sources that have him as the son of a union between Simeon and Dinah.