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Wilkes, Geoff (2011). Afterword. In After midnight (pp. 151-169) Brooklyn, New York, United States: Melville House Publishing. 106 23
Wilkes, Geoff (2009). Afterword. In Michael Hofmann (Trans.) (Ed.), Every man dies alone (pp. 511-527) Brooklyn, NY, United States: Melville House Publishing. 86  
Wilkes, Geoffrey (2013). Afterword: a writer in the shadow of Nazism. In Gilgi, One of Us (pp. 211-229) Brooklyn, NY, USA: Melville House Publishing. 67 8
Williams, Jenny and Wilkes, Geoffrey (2012) A reading in moral literacy or love story in the shadow of the Holocaust: Difference in translation. Journal of Language and Politics, 11 1: 77-92. doi:10.1075/jlp.11.1.04wil 99   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Wilkes, Geoff (2012). Assistant Chief Detective Willy Püschel: The only man Otto Quangel converted by Manfred Kuhnke, from Falladas letzer Roman: Die wahre Geschichte (Steffen Verlag, 2001) translated and with an introductory note by Geoff Wilkes. In Illuminations for Every Man Dies Alone by Hans Fallada (pp. 103-111) Brooklyn, NY, United States: Melville House Publishing. 185 2
Wilkes, Geoff (2001) A textual problem in 'Macbeth', I.ii. Notes And Queries, 48 3: 293-295. doi:10.1093/nq/48.3.293 81   0 0
Wilkes, Geoff (2012). Beneath the glitter. Berlin, the new woman and mass-market fiction in Vicki Baum's Menschen im hotel. In Jochen Hung, Godela Weiss-Sussex and Geoff Wilkes (Ed.), Beyond glitter and doom: The contingency of the Weimar Republic (pp. 148-161) Munchen, Germany: Iudicium. 101 15
Frank, Gustav and Wilkes, Geoff (2012). Beyond the republic? Post-expressionist complexity in the arts. In Jochen Hung, Godela Weiss-Sussex and Geoff Wilkes (Ed.), Beyond glitter and doom: the contingency of the Weimar Republic (pp. 45-66) Munchen, Germany: Iudicium. 53  
Wilkes, G. T. (2008) "Der widerwärtigste Beruf": Literature and Autobiography in Irmgard Keun's Ferdinand, der Mann mit dem freundlichen Herzen. Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies, 44 3: 351-365. doi:10.3138/seminar.44.3.351 80 4 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Wilkes, G. T. (2000) Die beschatteten Bruder des kleinen Mannes Pinneberg: Einige unbeachtete Aspekte von Wer einmal aus dem Blechnapf frisst. Hans Fallada Jahrbuch, 3: 181-190. 51  
Wilkes, G.T. (2003). Die englische Ubersetzung von Bernhard Schlinks "Der Vorleser". In: Peter Wiesinger and Hans Derkits, Akten des X. Internationalen Germanistenkongresses Wien 2000:Ubersetzung und Literaturwissenschaft. Zeitenwende - Die Germanistik auf dem Weg vom 20. ins 21. Jahrhundert, Vienna, Austria/University of Vienna, (63-67). 10-16 September, 2000. 239  
Wilkes, Geoff (2010) "Es ist nicht meine Schuld, ich habe alles getan, alles…Oh, ich Schwein, ich Schwein": Writers' responses to Nazism in Irmgard Keun's Nach Mitternacht. AUMLA - Journal of the Australasian Universities Language & Literature Association, 113 113: 107-123. 149 2 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Wilkes, Geoff (2012). Every Man Dies Alone: The deleted chapter, Translator’s introduction. In Illuminations for Every Man Dies Alone by Hans Fallada (pp. 112-113) Brooklyn, NY, United States: Melville House Publishing. 68 1
Wilkes, Geoff (2012). Fallada on writing: translator’s introduction. In Illuminations for Every Man Dies Alone by Hans Fallada (pp. 5-7) Brooklyn, NY, United States: Melville House Publishing. 66 3
Gallagher, Jessica and Wilkes, Geoff (2014). German encounters: intercultural relationships in contemporary Turkish-German cinema. In Alan Corkhill and Alison Lewis (Ed.), Intercultural encounters in German studies (pp. 217-231) St Ingbert, Germany: Roehrig Universitaetsverlag. 60 8
Keun, Irmgard and Wilkes, Geoff Gilgi, one of us. Brooklyn, NY, USA: Melville House Publishing, 2013. 85 2
Wilkes, G. T. Hans Fallada's Crisis Novels 1931-1947. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang, 2002. 347 2
Wilkes, Geoff (2010) In meinem fremden Land. Gefängnistagebuch 1944. AUMLA - Journal of the Australasian Universities Modern Language Association, 114: 133-136. 42 71
Wilkes, G. T. (2003) Innere Emigration und innere Grenzen in "Altes Herz geht auf die Reise". Hans Fallada Jahrbuch, 4 193-201. 89  
Wilkes, G. T. (2008). "Kunstseidenes Mädchen-was nun?" Literary responses to Berlin in the Great Depression. In Bredohl, T. and Zimmermann, M. (Ed.), Berlin's Culturescape in the Twentieth Century (pp. 93-111) Regina Canada: Canadian Plains Research Centre, University of Regina. 86 7
Grosch, Nils and Wilkes, Geoff (2012). Kurt Weill, Mahagonny and the commercialization of Berlin musical theatre in the Weimar Republic. In Jochen Hung, Godela Weiss-Sussex and Geoffrey Wilkes (Ed.), Beyond glitter and doom: the contingency of the Weimar Republic (pp. 192-208) Munchen, Germany: Iudicium. 78  
Wilkes, Geoff (2004) Mehr Leben als eins. Hans Fallada. Biographie. AUMLA: Journal of The Australasian Universities Language And Literature Association, 101: 129-132. 122   0
Wilkes, G (2005) On a railroad to nowhere: Irmgard Keun's 'D-Zug Dritter Klasse'. German Studies Review, 28 3: 563-578. 114 4 1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Wilkes, Geoff (2010). Postfazione = Afterword. In Ognuno muore solo = Every man dies alone 2nd ed. (pp. 713-740) Palermo, Italy: Sellerio editore. 73 4
Wilkes, G. (1997) (Review) Die bereinigte Moderne. Heinrich Manns 'Untertan' und politische Publizistik in der Kontnuität der deutschen Geschichte zwischen Kaiserreich und Drittem Reich, by Reihard Alter. AUMLA: A Journal of Literary Criticism and Linguistics, 87 87: 112-113. 69   0
Wilkes, Geoff (1997) Review of 'Cockpit of ideologies: The Literature and Political History of the Weimar-Republic', by Anthony Grenville.. AUMLA- A Journal of Literary Criticism and Linguistics, 87 87: 111-112. 96   0
Wilkes, Geoff (2007) Review of Pol O'Dochartaigh and Alexander Stephan (Eds.), Refuge and Reality: Feuchtwanger and the European Emigres in California. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2005. Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies, 43 1: 90-91. doi:10.1353/smr.2007.0024 81   0 0
Wilkes, Geoffrey (2011) "So kann doch kein mensch arbeiten!" Jana Hensel's Achtung Zone. AUMLA, 115 83-101. 46 1 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Wilkes, Geoffrey T. (2009). The representation of Berlin in Hans Fallada's Ein Mann will nach oben. In Zachau, Reinhard (Ed.), Topography and Literature. Berlin and Modernism (pp. 167-174) Gottingen, Germany: V&R unipress. 122  
Wilkes, G. (1997) The title of Hans Fallada's 'Bauern, Bonzen und Bomben'. Aumla-journal of The Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 88 88: 97-99. 63   0
Wilkes, G. T. (2005). "Wir kehren alle wieder heim zu uns": Die Provinz in Wer einmal aus dem Blechnapf frisst. In: Thomas Bredohl and Jenny Williams, Die Provinz im Leben und Werk von Hans Fallada. Kolloquium des Fallada-Forums, Akademie der Kuenste, Berlin, (64-79). 4 December, 2004. 76  
Wilkes, Geoff (2012). Writing is the essence of my life: Selected letters of Hans Fallada, Translation and commentary by Geoff Wilkes. In Illuminations for Every Man Dies Alone by Hans Fallada (pp. 126-137) Brooklyn, NY, United States: Melville House Publishing. 71 3