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by Rene Hague
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Jones, David, 1895-1974. Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
Bibliographic Details. Published by University of Toronto Press (1978). ISBN 10: 0802022979 ISBN 13: 9780802022974.
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David Jones survived the First World War but was horrified how it broke so greatly British culture from its deep past. The Anathemata" is a brave if faulty attempt at excavating the material before all connection is lost. The introduction is essential. 10 people found this helpful.
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The poet-artist David Jones entitled a 1947 painting "Vexilla Regis", and mentions the hymn in his long poem The Anathemata: fragments of an. .
The poet-artist David Jones entitled a 1947 painting "Vexilla Regis", and mentions the hymn in his long poem The Anathemata: fragments of an attempted writing, and also in his book of essays "Epoch and Artist.
The Anathemata is an epic poem by the British poet David Jones, first published in England in 1952. Along with 1937's In Parenthesis, it is the text upon which Jones' reputation largely rests. The poem is composed of eight sections, which together narrate the thought processes of one cambrophile English Catholic at Mass over the span of roughly seven seconds.
The genesis of ‘Aphrodite’ seems to have been comparatively slow, the idea developing over a period of two or three years, and becoming ever more elaborate.