Total Novel and Complexity. Literature and Complexity Science

04/03/2021
by   Carlos Eduardo Maldonado, et al.
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A strong link between complexity theory and literature is possible, i.e. feasible, under one proviso, namely that total novels be considered. However, neither in literature at large nor in complexity science has been literature seriously taken into consideration. This paper argues that a total novel is most conspicuous example of a complex system. The argument is supported by a clear characterization of what a total novel is and entails. Science and literature can be thus complemented and developed, hand in hand.

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