Plot Sequence of Moby Dick

Moby-Dick, like any other novel, is complete with a plot sequence which essentially maps the layout of the story line. In the plot sequence, there are five major groups. Those five groups are the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and finally the resolution. Melville does an outstanding job of describing and conveying these in … Read more

Less Could be More in Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina was well-written, with a good plot, and valuable themes. But it fell short in each of these categories, because Tolstoy simply tried to do too much. The language was beautiful but, at times, far too descriptive. The plot was also well written, but tedious and hard to follow in many parts of the … Read more

And Then There Were None Study Guide

The plot of the story is about 10 people getting murdered on an island called “Indian Island.” It seems that the “10 little Indians,” nursery rhyme relates to the death of each person. ( Read poem ) There’s also China figures that are suppose to represent each character. The 10 people were brought to the … Read more