Check it out. Start here. You'll get the screen below.
- The list of 37 words on the bottom left are set up like a wordle, so the ability to bring out themes and important words is already built in.
- It gives you an example from the text which helps when doing a literary critique because you have possible citations.
- There are visual connections with the main word as the piko or the center (see screenshot below with the word unify)
- Yes, it does cost money if you want to create a word list or do more with it, but there is a 14-day free trial offer, and on their "educators" page on the menu bar, they give lots of tips on using it in class.