The main objective of this work is to cover a small but significant repertoire of MSAR literature, through a multilingual contribution, sometimes using translations, to identify voices of groups that present themselves or are presented as deprived of the center of power, although, in principle, it is possible to show, through the interlocution of voices, that center and periphery alternate according to cultural, historical and political circumstances. This is a sample of a research that is intended to be broader in terms of repertoire, starting from the same problems and the same approach. Methodologically, the addition of languages in literary analysis will be used as a “supplement”, just as Joan Scott (2011) uses it to think about women's history from Virginia Woolf's A Ceiling All Yours, that is, a term that does not it even builds a dialectical resolution as proposed by the western episteme, through a purposeful indefiniteness. This means to say that it is not about observing the non-belonging, the orphans and the abandoned only due to the bias of new thematic objects within an established discourse, but allowing their voices, even if represented, to destabilise certain consecrated discursive actions.
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