Literature. a form of stream-of-consciousness writing that represents the inner thoughts of a character.
Movies, Television. the device of showing a character on screen who does not appear to speak, although the character's voice is heard on the soundtrack to create the illusion that the audience is hearing the character's thoughts.
Origin of interior monologue
First recorded in 1920–25
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Related Words for interior monologuesoliloquy
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