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.
Constructed out of and simultaneously preserving the deposits of the culture, the Ur-Anathemata and its successor, The Anathemata, are metasigns.