Friday, January 22, 2010

Interior Monologues

Have you ever written an interior monologue?

"Interior monologue is a narrative technique meant to reproduce a character's thoughts, feelings, and associations in the untidy fashion in which they flow through the mind." answers.com

In a Shell...
"Interior monologue was introduced to fiction in the early 20th century. There are notable examples from the age of modernist experiment. Molly Bloom's unpunctuated monologue that forms the end of Joyce's Ulysses is a famous one."


Prompt: Write two different interior monologues that have some connection. Send it in for posting.

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