The Jihadi is a postmodern warrior, a sythesis of ancient tribal ideals, gangsta rap, mysticism, cyberpunk, the marxist revolutionary and the transgressive avant-garde artist. they are the only true counterculture of the 21st century
goth subculture, but only the qt waifu material
not my thread
i just thought it was a really good idea for one and was looking forward to reading the replies
it's very easy to look up basque literature, not so easy to look up vaporwave or goth or jihadi literature
i've never seen a thread on this before
let's support originality in threads
>Not so easy to look up goth literature
>Not so easy to look up vaporwave literature
le meme book, aka Hypersphere
>Not so easy to look up jihadi literature
Now anon, was that too difficult for you?
as OP wanted, "literary representations"
goths like lovecraft, but are goths represented in lovecraft?
vaporwave is more iffy, an aesthetic rather than a subculture.
jihadi... no. get me a book about jihadis - today's jihadis.
>Fav subcultural group of all time?
>Is there a good literary representation of them?
Do you really need an answer?
poetry is an important part of the subculture, mostly in arabic. Apart from that, (as far as i know) you can find a few war diaries and assorted social media shitposts. Interesting, though not always well written.
lol, no. They're a separate culture, and probably have more impact on Anglo culture than most, but even India or Hong Kong are closer to an English _sub_culture in some areas.
There are places with Irish descended subcultures (Montserrat, Newfoundland, Boston etc) but even the Scottish descended subculture of hillbillies are more notable examples for subcultural styles and literary output.
Ireland itself just has a massive cultural output, whereas Jewish enclaves have produced a massive range of subcultural output in different cultures. Irish people abroad as a subculture don't often produce new works of equal value. Beckett or Wilde's French plays aren't really subcultural works compared with even Singer's Yiddish works, or other Jewish works in the superculture's language.