Nibley, Hugh, "The Meaning of the Kirtland Egyptian Papers." - An excellent response to the issue of the so-called "Egyptian Alphabet and Grammar." Dr. John Gee has noted that there are a few errors and has provided an article at: http://maxwellinstitute.byu.edu/publications/books/?bookid=47&chapid=268.
Dr. Gee also indicates that a document identified by Dean Jessee is in the handwriting of W.W. Phelps, but is actually the handwriting of Frederick G. Williams, however most of Nibley's work still stands fairly well.
Lindsay, Jeff, "Questions about the Book of Abraham," Part
Two, Part Three
Shirts, Kerry, On Thumbs & Wings & Other
Things, (Book of Abraham, Facsimile #1). Discusses anti-Mormon
criticisms of the Lion Couch scene.
FARMS has placed links to a number of papers related to Book of Abraham issues
on their web site. To read some excellent articles, click here.
Rhodes, Michael D., The
Joseph Smith Hypocephalus, Twenty Years Later. An update of
information related to the translation of Facsimile # 2, which Rhodes published
20 years ago in Brigham Young University Studies 17 (Spring 1977):
_________, review of Edward H. Ashment, "The Use of Egyptian
Magical Papyri to Authenticate the Book of Abraham: A Critical Review," Salt Lake
City: Resource Communications, 1993. (FARMS: Review of
Books on the Book of Mormon 7/1)
Rhodes, Michael D., review of Charles M. Larson, . . . By His Own Hand upon
Papyrus: A New Look at the Joseph Smith Papyri, Grand Rapids: Institute for Religious
Research, 1992. (FARMS: Review of Books of the Book of Mormon 4)