Classic novels are revered as a sign of high class taste in literature. Many school teach the same classics - from Shakespeare to The Great Gatsby and more, there are books that are explored for their thematic legacy. However, I'm interested in the calculation of how complex the books are readability wise. I decided to look into visualizing the parts of speech most commonly found within a body of text. The baseline visualization is a bubble chart, but I'd like to try doing a force directed graph to show which words appear next to each other.