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I am looking for where I can find Midrashic literature on every other book of Tanakh. I own Artscroll's series of the Midrash and of course have the Megillos. If it even exists, where can I find this material?

I'll take all suggestions even if not in English.

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Yalkut Shimoni will be the first set to look at.

  • Here it is on Sefaria: sefaria.org/Yalkut_Shimoni_on_Nach?lang=bi (Untranslated, of course) – ezra Apr 4 '18 at 0:50
  • This is probably the only one that goes through the whole set, but the "original" midrashim are really only the ones on Samuel, Psalms, and Proverbs (Shocher Tov) – b a Apr 4 '18 at 9:35
  • @ba Isn’t Shocher Tov on Tehillim? – DonielF Apr 4 '18 at 15:00
  • @DonielF Rightly or wrongly they all bear that name (I found an explanation via Google if you're interested) – b a Apr 4 '18 at 15:16
  • @ba Gotcha. Thanks, you learn something new every day. – DonielF Apr 4 '18 at 15:19
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A useful set would be the Otzar Hamidrashim on Nach.

This English set, The Family Midrash Says on Nach, also looks intriguing.

See here (#3 lists Midrashim on Nach) as well.

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A nice set is Otzar Agados HaNach compiled by R. Yaacov Klapholts.

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In the נחמד למראה edition of נ״ך (printed by ׳תורה מפוארה׳) includes next to the commentarys a section called מדרשי חז״ל. It brings medrashim from anywhere and everywhere that discuses the pasuk.

(ArtScroll has a similar thing in their נ״ך מקראות גדולות called ליקוטי ש״ס ומדרשי התנאים)

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