Wie man ein Monstrum los wird und sein Kind zurück bekommt
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This video segment complements the 2014 English-language edition of History and Obstinacy by Alexander Kluge and Oskar Negt, edited by Devin Fore and translated by Richard Langston (Zone Books).
No particular reference in this case. However, the fairy tale touches on some key concepts of History and Obstinacy, such as cooperation, practical sense, the antirealism of feelings, and the comic as a form of direct protest.
History and Obstinacy
Alexander Kluge: Cultural History in Dialogue is a joint project of Cornell University, Universität Bremen and Princeton University.