This is from George Klein's (not Meredith Kline) commentary on Zechariah. These chiasms, well-vetted in the scholarly literature, can really aid in getting the larger scope of the book. F rom George Klein's commentary (NAC) on Zechariah. A. Vision 1: The man on a red horse (1.7-17). B. Vision 2: Four horns and four craftsmen (1.18-21). C. Vision 3: The Surveyor (2.1-13). D. Vision 4: The cleansing of the high priest (3.1-10). D’ Vision 5: The lampstand and the two olive trees (4.1-4). C’ Vision 6: The flying scroll (5.1-4). B’ Vision 7: The woman in the basket (5.5-11). A’ Vision 8. The Four chariots (6.1-8). A question about fasting A. Embassy with question about fasting (7.13) B. God's answer concerning fasting (7.4-6). C. Ancestor's misconduct (7.7-12a). D. Judgment against the ancestors (7.12b-14). E. Exhortation (8.9-13) D' Salvation in the present and future (8.1-8, 14-15). C' The Community's Conduct (8.16-17) B' God's edict concerning fasting (8.18-19) A' Embassy to seek the Lord (8.20-23) Chiasm of 9-14 A. Judgment and salvation of surrounding nations (9:1-8). B. Introduction to the King (9.9-10). C. Israel’s battle and ultimate victory (9.11-10.1) D. Idolatry and Judgment (10.2-3a) C’ Israel’s battle and victory (10.3b-11.3). B’ The People reject the shepherds (11.4-17) C” Israel’s battle and victory (12.1-9). B” Yahweh’s servant pierced; mourning and purification (12.10-13.1) D” Idolatry and judgment (13.2-6). B”’ Shepherd struck; judgment, purification, and return to God (13.7-9). C”’ Israel’s battle and victory (14.1-9). A’ Judgment and salvation of all nations (14.16-21).