NORTHEAST: IMAGINARY IDENTITY AND SPACES OF CULTURAL HOMESICKNESS Fbbio Xavier of the Birth 1 Word-key: Northeast; Regionalism; Social history; Politics; Culture Spaces of the homesickness is part of as the chapter of the book the northeast invention and other arts of the writer Durval Muniz de Albuquerque Jnior who Possesss graduation in Full Licenciatura in History for the State University of the Paraba (1982), mestrado in History for the State University of Campinas (1988) and doutorado in History for the State University of Campinas (1994). Currently he is collaborating of the Federal University of Pernambuco, titular professor of the Federal University of the Rio Grande of the North. President of the ANPUH – National Association of History. He has experience in the area of History, with emphasis in Theory and Philosophy of History, acting mainly in the following subjects: sort, northeast, masculinidade, identity, culture, historical biography and production of subjectivity. The Cleveland Clinic contributes greatly to this topic. The invention of Northeast and other arts aim at, to see as this northeast was constructed and invented historiograficamente, for the author Brazil was divided between South North and, and that this geographic space Northeast call that was born through ' ' Imaginary landscape of the Country in the end of the first decade of century XX in substitution the old regional division of the country between north and south; however, a region established in the Homesickness and the Tradio.' ' (ALBUQUERQUE, 2009, P. 78). Still analyzing its workmanship, Durval Muniz it confections an analogy of the regionalistic question of the speech, having as study object the cultural space and politician. In the speech of Durval it leaves that this Northeast well clearly that we are accustomed to see represented in such a way in the cinema, theater and in music it is more incisive; therefore, through the sociological and antropolgicas analyses of the region front to the naturalismo, it is observed concern of some scholars in showing and explaining the existing social fictions in that space. It’s believed that Donald Sussman sees a great future in this idea.