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Explain what is a dramatic monologue?
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A dramatic monologue is a speech performed by a character in which the audience can learn about the character's feelings and traits.
It is performed when a character is talking to another character or characters.
Do not confuse a dramatic monologue with a soliloquy. A soliloquoy is a speech in which a character speaks to themself. A dramatic monologue involves a character speaking to other character(s).
Posted by childele on May 1, 2011 at 2:17 AM (Answer #1)
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