Eugenia Literature

Fractals are geometric structures that combine and structure irregularity. " This last explanation, of course, is much better than giving us the Spanish Royal Academy, and from it, we get an idea of what is a fractal. Now, taking the concept established, we can start from this point to make your application in the literature. It is clear that a sentence consisting of a system of signs with their meanings and significance, it can not be subjected to the sequence of a fractal algorithm, then lose its syntactic coherence, but what you can do is mimic the fractal models , respecting the syntax to generate sentences and texts shape what can be called "fractal literature." Therefore, "fractal literature should be one that multiplies the linguistic signs within a syntactic order as if it were a game of mirrors that look in this repetition, in that game, a dynamic within the infinite, the labyrinthine or circular, "or, put more simply:" The fractal literature is the one where they multiply by themselves the elements that compose it. " There are two articles in the "web" to try to establish the concept. The first, which appears is entitled "Literature fractal" is Alberto Vinuela and dates from July 29, 2001. The second, "Literature and the infinite" is a school work which by its structure, seems to be based and modeled on Alberto Vinuela, but provides, in its brevity, any new ideas and creations, is published without date and their authors are: Tatiana Perez Veiga, Martina Espona Pineyrua and Eugenia.

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