Many of the discussions in Biblical Hermeneutics involve textual analysis that rabbis analyzed as far back as the lifetime of Jesus. These discussions and analyses are found in a variety of Jewish sources including the Mishna, the Talmud, and commentaries by Rashi, Rambam and many many others that are probably unfamiliar to many who post here. Many of the original works are NOT available on-line in English, although there are secondary sources on-line that will site to them, and often there are Hebrew-only on-line sources that can be daunting to anyone but those fluent in the language.
I've not yet gotten much appreciation for using these sources, but I will continue to do so as time allows. How much inforamtion do you want about: the source document, the commentator, and the period the commentaries were made? I can almost always find Wikipedia references to the rabbis mentioned, at minimum. That will give you an idea of the rabbi's historical influence on Jewish thought. With Talmud references (which will include Mishna), I can give you links to English translations that are ok, but not great. The gold standard in translations and illucidations of the Talmud is the Art Scroll Schottenstein Talmud, and electronic versions are only available for the I-Pad if you've purchased the particular volume (there are 73 volumes to the Schottenstein Talmud).