Monologue, Soliloquy, and Dramatic Irony

A monologue is a character speaking his/her thoughts aloud to either another character, characters, or to the audience. A soliloquy is the character voicing his/her thoughts to himself/herself. Dramatic irony is when the audience knows something that the character, or characters, do not, and the characters act on that misinformation.


Monologue, Soliloquy, and Dramatic Irony
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