stream of consciousness


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a literary genre that reveals a character's thoughts and feeling as they develop by means of a long soliloquy

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the continuous flow of ideas and feelings that constitute an individual's conscious experience

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That's why you can't step in the same stream of consciousness twice.
The novel, famous for its innovative stream of consciousness style, took Joyce seven years to write and was published in 1922.
crashed into the sea just before the 30th anniversaries of the Apollo 11 landing and Woodstock blasting off, images of John-John flowed into a media stream of consciousness that was already obsessing on Stanley Kubrick (whose early movies revealed the shadows behind Camelot).
His stream of consciousness is a mess; we must constantly shift our focalizer attribution among the multileveled narrators: LaBas, Freud, the author-in-the-book "I.
A stream of consciousness interview is a conversation rather than a grilling.
Their protests of utmost love are no sooner uttered than doubted, a doubt implicit in the double light of the title, night and day, and in the judgmental distance of stream of consciousness in third-person narration.
Unlike the free blog on our homepage which is a compilation of different views, and an excellent read, the Gold Blog is written from a single viewpoint and is more of a stream of consciousness journey.
Successful predictions are associated with the subjective experience of a smooth stream of consciousness.
Also, she has successfully adopted quite a stream of consciousness narrative style.
Flitting between rehearsed material, stream of consciousness and the occasional put down to some of the more enthusiastic members of the audience, Silky was on top form.
It consists of stream of consciousness reflections from 1975 to 1979 about directing, aesthetics, considering plays and rehearsing them, his developments of classic works, inspirations, and the application of his ideas in productions such as Shakespeare's Othello, Chekov's The Cherry Orchard, and Turgenev's A Month in the Country.
Joe Dennis delivers an incredible stream of consciousness novel.
Its plethora of names and stories bombards the audience until we have lost track of the individuals and of their experiences and are simply following a stream of consciousness.
In keeping with his remarkably off-kilter approach to comedy, Ross Noble revels in a two-hour improvised set, more stream of consciousness than a carefully structured routine.
It's almost like thoughts going through your head, stream of consciousness, and characters doubling up,'' says Bourne.