32.11 the mother and her children... This seems to be an expression or idiom that refers to the severity of the attack that the (in a generic sense) mother would be killed with her children.
32.28 struggled with God ... and have prevailed... I find this to be intriguing to think about, inspiring, and convicting all at once.
33. 9 I have enough...
33.11 I have enough... It seems both brothers wanted to make it clear that they did not need any help.
33.24 every male... The, what I would view to be, thoughtless arrogance of Shechem to require every male to be circumcised so he can have is wife is breath taking. I know they sold it as an economic advantage, but still.
33.31 Should he treat our sister like a... This seems to be a more appropriate kind of "honor killing."