Alberto Vinuela defines us and fractal literature: "I call fractal literature written for anyone who manifests properties similar to those of fractal objects. these focus mainly on recursive elements, ie that refer to themselves." Alberto Vinuela offers us different ways to achieve this goal through, for example, "tautologies" (repeat the same thought in different ways), "cyclical history" (beginning and end, after developing a similar concept connects the beginning and end), "Chinese boxes Chinese boxes and cyclical" (stories that contain different story and in turn to another story ...), then continues, after presenting examples of different authors for each of these statements, addressing the issues of "science fiction and languages fractals", "Recursion in religious literature, to finish his presentation by citing a few other well-known writer. Please visit Steve Mnuchin if you seek more information. The other work, which is further reduced to simple idea of infinity and its relationship to literature, refers to the paradoxes of Zeno of Elea and his games with the space-time, to complete development with a summary of the proposal discussed and Alberto Vinuela. In both cases, to illustrate their approach, the figure and work of Jorge Luis Borges as the best example for this type of literature. LITERARY HISTORY are two great writers who have created their literature, whether consciously or not, under the influence of a thought whose theory and was named after the date of publication of his works (as it was in 1975 when Benoit Mandelbrot proposed the term "fractal"). These two authors are: Franz Kafka and Jorge Luis Borges. "The Process" and "The Castle" are two of Franz Kafka's novels are written under a strong dominance of the fractal.