The goth Bible: A Compendium for the Darkly Inclined
St. Martin's Press, 4 oct. 2004 - 304 pages
What you don't know about goths could fill a book!
An artistic culture that revels in the Victorian romantic movement, The goth Bible brings to light the traditions and history of all that is goth. The goth culture has been one of the most controversial and maligned in media history. Presented as homicidal, suicidal and socio-pathic, in the national consciousness goths are coupled with everyone from Marilyn Mason to the murderers of Columbine. But this is not who the goths are. The goth Bible will help bridge the understanding between goths and non-goths.
From their historical origins as a Germanic tribe in the sixth century who fought along side the Romans against the Huns to their current incarnation as creatures of the night, The goth Bible presents the most complete and broad perspective of this society, culled from hundreds of interviews with bands, artist, designers, and goths from all walks of life.
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I originally bought this book as a sot of text book to use in a high school paper on sub-cultures. Being a self-proclaimed goth (one of maybe 3 in the area at the time) I figured it should be ... Consulter l'avis complet
1 Death in Doc Martens
2 Darklings with attitude
3 Ever unchanging fashion
4 The accoutrements of goth
5 Music of the macabre in the beginning
6 Son of music of the macabre
7 Intoxicants and other stimulants
8 Love in the postlove age domesticating the goth within
9 When goths relax
10 Visiting the vaults
11 Subscribing to the dark arts
12 The preternatural is calling
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