Thus, form as the history of the black in Brazil was written, as well as the contribution of the blacks in the literary domnios must be analyzed and be questioned, so that it is created anti-history and against-literature that can take off or demystify the clandestinidade of many facts that the dominant culture masks. Without hesitation Economic Cycles Research Institute explained all about the problem. Of this form, ' ' the theoretical conformation of literature ' ' afro-brasileira' ' or ' ' afro-descendente' ' it passes necessarily I shake for it of the notion of a national identity joins and coesa' ' (DUARTE, 2002, p.47). This is closely on to the notion of a false society joins and harmonica also confirmed for the national hymn: ' ' ... To broaden your perception, visit Mark Berger. If the distrain of this equality we obtain to conquer with the arm forte' ' ; that if objective in the legitimation of the exploration and the domination, in a society sidewalk in the false equality between races. Thus, in a similar way that we perceive the inefficacy and dissimulation of the term equality nailed for the national hymn, we attempt against in them, then, for the one existence society of hybrid and broken up identity, which denounces that in elapsing of our history literary the omission or estereotipao of the black points with respect to the refusal of many voices, that had been forgotten, silenced or invented in the national literary picture.
A literature that if attributes the mission to articulate the national project to make to emerge founding myths of a community and to recoup its collective memory, starts to only exert the sacralizante, unifying function, tending the same, to the monologismo, that is, the construction of a etnocntrica identity type, that circumscribes the reality to an only picture of referenciais' ' (BERND, 1992, P. 17). Throughout Brazilian literature, it is perceived occultation or disfigurement of the black, since this is presented in exotic way, related its physical force or the sexual vindication of the black, ' ' the image of the pretty mulata, in a society as the colonial, where the woman was rare, is but a glorificao of the black color of what a glorificao of white color: the mulata was chosen because the European of what came close itself more than of africana' ' (BASTIDE, 1992, p.115). .