Indigenous Literature: between memories
Keywords:Literature, Indegenous, Brazil
The present text portrays Brazilian indigenous writers and their journey to become effective as content producers. The research took place through a bibliographic and audiovisual review on indigenous social, political and cultural movements, especially with articles and texts written by these peoples. This path was fundamental in tracing a history of the communities associating the path of guaranteeing rights to the development of indigenous literature. Bringing the voices of indigenous peoples to confirm the facts, the article demonstrates that such literature can be developed collectively or personally, and regardless of that, it always refers to every people, to every ancestry. It is also justified as oral memory writings where they describe their experiences between Indians and white man, searching for knowledge and recognitio.
Copyright (c) 2021 Renata Lourenço dos Santos, Eliana Márcia dos Santos Carvalho
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