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    1. James Joyce, Julio Cortazar, Marcel Proust, Henryk Sienkiewicz and Umberto Eco. Regardless of the language they were working in, some of the world's greatest writers appear to be, in some respects, constructing fractals. Statistical analysis, however, revealed something even more intriguing. The composition of works from within a particular genre was characterized by the exceptional dynamics of...

    2. ( The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences ) James Joyce, Julio Cortazar, Marcel Proust, Henryk Sienkiewicz and Umberto Eco. Regardless of the language they were working in, some of the world's greatest writers appear to be, in some respects, constructing fractals. Statistical analysis carried out at the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy...

    3. He Sees Through Left and Right

      New York Review of BooksJan 17 05:44 AM

      Horacio Castellanos Moya’s latest novel, The Dream of My Return , presents in compact and indelible form his tricks, his daring, his disgust, his humor.

    4. It’s like good wine that has aged well.Time has not taken the shine off Colombian Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s celebrated classic, One Hundred Years of Solitude .In the 50th year of its publ...

    5. Researchers at Poland’s Institute of Nuclear Physics found complex ‘fractal’ patterning of sentences in literature, particularly in James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, which resemble ‘ideal’ maths seen in nature James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake has been described as many things, from a masterpiece to unreadable nonsense. But it is also, according to scientists at the Institute of Nuclear Physics in Poland...

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