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Culmination of The Series: Hegel's Collected Works

The series culminated in 1974 with Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel’s Werke in 20 Banden (Georg Wilhelm Friedrih Hegel’s Work in 20 Volumes), made by the collector Hanns Sohm according to Roth’s instructions. The 20 sausages are hung on two rows on a wooden frame, ‘as in a slaughterhouse.’

Roth would also publish some of the sausage’s recipes, listing the ingredients used, in Gesammelte Werke, (Collected Works) Vol 16.

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