Soliloquy Vs. Monologue. Soliloquy. Monologue. 1 : the act of talking to oneself or a dramatic monologue that represents a series of unspoken reflections
Soliloquy Vs. Monologue
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1 : the act of talking to oneself or a dramatic monologue that represents a series of unspoken reflections
The difference is that a soliloquy is when the character is speaking to himself, without awareness of the presence of others. In a drama it's usually a device meant to reveal the character's innermost thoughts. It's talking while the character is alone or as if he is alone.
a long speech monopolizing conversation
The speaker of a monologue, while monopolizing the conversation, is speaking to others.