It thought: the black color is the blackout, the closed eye; you do not see nothing. The white is the opened eye, is the light! (ZIRALDO, 1986, p.29). The author of the Brown Boy considers the inferiorizao of the black as basic condition of racist ideology and this ideological image of the black stimulate a racist, inferiorizante vision, pautada in the disdain. The alienation of the brown boy, proposal for the author, makes with that it if feels inferiorizado and obliged to dress one ‘ ‘ white mask 7 ‘ ‘ , it suffers, then, of psychological upheavals with the inferiority feeling before the white. ‘ ‘ Saint mother, the head of rapazinho boiled.
There, it conclua: for the Man, everything turns symbol! (…) its cabecinha of adolescent arrived to creak crec, crec, crec, it saw the hour that it went derreter’ ‘ (ZIRALDO, 1986, P. 29). The black suffers from a existencial shunting line implemented by the white culture. A true neurosis takes account of psiqu of the black, it tries in all way to run away from its proper identity, it tries the cost all to verwhelm its proper presence. The white values seem truest, the most evolved.
(FANON, 1967, P. 95). Thus, the black feels itself weak, inferior, making possible, of this form, the increase of the cultural domination. In this perspective affirms Darcy Ribeiro: ‘ ‘ Aspect more perverse of racism assimilacionista is that it of the one of itself image of big sociability, when, in fact, it disarms the black to fight against the poverty that is imposed to it, and dissimulates the conditions of the terrible violence the one that is submetido’ ‘. (RIBEIRO, 1995, P. 226). ‘ ‘ My beloved friend: I walked sad very lately, therefore he was feeling very its lack.