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Almanack

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Abstract

SANTOS, Eduardo Antonio Estevam. Luiz Gama and the racial satire as the transgression poetry: diasporic poetry as counter-narrative to the idea of race. Almanack [online]. 2015, n.11, pp.707-727. ISSN 2236-4633.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/2236-463320151108.

This article interprets and analyzes the cultural production of the poet, journalist, mason, abolitionist, lawyer and political leader Luiz Gama. The city of São Paulo was the area of ​​his accomplishments, best location for the emergence of a diasporic identity politics. Prioritized, the analysis of his poetic narratives, how Luiz Gama wore race, identity, modernity and memory of slavery to mediate social reality and ethno-racial relations.

Keywords : Identity; Race; Modernity; Racial satire.

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