anathemata


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anathemata

(ˌænəθəˈmɑːtə)
pl n
dedicatory gifts offered to gods
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Unable to finish the work, he later used parts in The Anathemata and from the rest he "hoped to make ...
The text written between 1943 and 1946 not only is the Ur-version of The Anathemata, but also forms the spine for his later "continuation, or Part II of The Anathemata."
The development of the first narrative into the second meditation initiated a shift in form that ultimately resulted in The Anathemata. The narrative that Jones wrote between between 1939 and 1943 is structurally identical to In Parenthesis.
Constructed out of and simultaneously preserving the deposits of the culture, the Ur-Anathemata and its successor, The Anathemata, are metasigns.