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==Stream of Consciousness==
In literatue, a way to represent the way humans think. According to Gibb, "Writers had long before sensed the complexity of man's conscious mind and even his unconscious mind"(246).The way the stream of consciousness is represented is through interior monologue. The interior monologue of a character in a narrative is closely related to the soliloquy in drama, however,Gibb states, "because it represents all of the stream, it is harder to follow"(211).
In literatue, a way to represent the way humans think. According to Gibb, "Writers had long before sensed the complexity of man's conscious mind and even his unconscious mind"(246).The way the stream of consciousness is represented is through interior monologue. The interior monologue of a character in a narrative is closely related to the soliloquy in drama, however,Gibb states, "because it represents all of the stream, it is harder to follow"(211).


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