Noun(1) speech you make to yourself(2) a (usually long
(1) She did not - as she told it - interrupt the man with pesky questions about his pain but rather listened in an analytical way as if he were a character giving a soliloquy .(2) First the Laurence Olivier scene played on the projector screen; then Anne, a brave woman in the would-be class, read the soliloquy aloud.(3) In the end, Georgeanne has a long soliloquy about what happened to everyone afterward, fiction even less convincing than the drama and poetry preceding it.(4) in the opening soliloquy he declares his true intent(5) The dissembling and physically deformed Richard, duke of Gloucester, reveals his true purpose in the opening soliloquy of Richard III.(6) Occasionally, during the action, a speech is highlighted as a soliloquy .(7) Edmund ends the scene as he had begun it, with a soliloquy(8) Perched alone on a stage, a character engages in a soliloquy so as to unveil their innermost thoughts to the audience.(9) he did most of his thinking by soliloquy(10) Typically, viewers gain this knowledge through one character's asides or soliloquies of which other characters are unaware or through the use of a chorus commenting on events.(11) It worked because in this play, the audience is truly a character, with the entire play consisting of the soliloquies of three characters telling their stories to the audience.(12) Rome communicates his internal dialogue through improvised soliloquies which combine Shakespeare's language with street lingo and gesticulations.(13) Latent poets, shy soliloquists , timid town speakers, and reputable recitationists, you are hereby called to the fore to read the particular, popular and prophetic prose of one of Robbie Burns.(14) I believe it would be great fun were we all to become individually a practiced soliloquist .(15) Even the play's slightly awkward structure, with its reminiscent soliloquies and resurrected hero, is made up for in Fugard's own production by the quality of the acting.(16) These are the same people who are going to be soliloquising on the steps of the court about how justice has not been done and their client does not deserve to be punished for her crimes.
(1) soliloquy :: ymson
1. monologue ::
2. speech ::
3. address ::
4. lecture ::
5. oration ::
6. sermon ::
7. homily ::
8. aside ::
Different Formssoliloquies, soliloquize, soliloquizes, soliloquy
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