To See And Hear by Owen Herterich
Although dialogue can be seen as a way to awake emotion in an audience, it also has a logical and constructive nature. It can be used as a way of seeing the overarching hierarchy and plot of a novel, as well as inform the reader of the lens in which the novel should be viewed.
Pictured here is The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, one visualization from of a collection of novels that span a wide range of time, genre, and intended audience. These visualizations form their own "fingerprints" for each novel: no two are alike.