In this work we aim for the discussion of the critical potential of the narratives on the Brazilian dictatorial time (1964-1985), recovered through recent stories of actors in-volved in the events so far not approached by journalism. As a methodological North, we shall seek to apprehend the enunciating devices and the ways of summoning the reader to this field. The discussion of how these devices come forth will be introduced through two unseen interviews about such period and by its reverberations in several means of communication. We will follow here the effort of a current of journalism that does not abstain from the connections between the experience, the collective memory and politics on track of the context established by countless Commissions of Truth, pointing to a targeted critique about its way of establishing contact with the audience.
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