Jaws & Moby Dick- Difference between the Literature and the Trivial
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Moby-Dick is a work of literature in which the actual plot is characterized by multiple layers of sequences and events, which are ordered and arranged with artful dexterity towards the attainment of multifaceted, pithy and universal, artistic and emotional effects. Unlike Jaws, Moby-Dick does not rely on the run of the mill contemporary issues like the vehemence of nature, extramarital affairs, crony capitalism, personality clashes and suspense in a way that is too obvious, facile, narrowly stimulating and shallow.