A speech uttered by a person alone; soliloquy; also, talk or discourse in company, in the strain of a soliloquy; as, an account in monologue.
A dramatic composition for a single performer.
a speech of more than a few sentences, usually in a play but also in other genres, spoken by one person and uninterrupted by the speech of anyone else. See soliloquy.
A lengthy speech by a single character delivered to other characters in a play; not to be confused with a "soliloquy" (see below).
a play for one actor; sometimes, a portion of a play. Example: "Help, I Am," a monologue (drama) by Robert Patrick, 1m.
A scene for one actor who speaks his or her thoughts aloud or talks to an imaginary character or directly to the audience.
9,10 An extended speech in a drama or a narrative that is presented by one character.
A monologue is a speech by one character in a play, story, or poem.
A long speech made by one actor usually alone on the stage, or a dramatic piece for one person.
A section of the play spoken by one actor as either part of a scene or alone on stage. See also Soliloquy.
A scene for one actor who is speaking aloud to herself/himself talking to another character or talking to the audience.
A long unbroken speech in a play, often delivered directly to the audience (when it is more technically called a soliloquy).
speech you make to yourself
a (usually long) dramatic speech by a single actor
a dramatic soliloquy, or form of discourse in which a character talks to himself
a form of dramatic poetry
a kind of speech that a person tells to an audience
a part in a play or dramatic narrative where one character is talking alone
a prolonged presentation of some kind, spoken by one person
a speech by a single character set within the context of a play
a speech by one person, but a dialogue is a conversation between two or more people
a speech by one person directly addressing an audience
a speech from a play where one character is talking to her/himself or other characters for a period of time
a speech given by one person in a performance or work of literature
a speech made by one person, often monopolizing a conversation
a speech made by one speaker
a speech spoken by one person. Examples: a lecture, a presentation
A speech of significant length delivered by one person; in drama, a character talks to himself or reveals personal secrets without addressing another character.
Mono means one. In a monologue, one person speaks on stage while another character is basically silent. This is unlike a soliloquy where only one character is on stage.
(Gk. monos 'single' + legein 'to speak'; ¿W¥Õ): A text recited by one person alone.
A long, uninterrupted speech (in a narrative or drama) that is spoken in the presence of other characters. Unlike a soliloquy and most aides, a monologue is heard by other characters.
A composition, written or oral, by a single individual. More specifically, a speech given by a single individual in a drama or other public entertainment. It has no set length, although it is usually several or more lines long. An example of an "extended monologue" — that is, a monologue of great length and seriousness — occurs in the one- Act, one- character play The Stronger by August Strindberg. (Compare with Interior Monologue and Soliloquy.)
long speech spoken by one actor without interruption.
Text spoken by a lone speaker
A lengthy speech made by a single person. See Also: INTERIOR MONOLOGUE, SOLILOQUY, and DRAMATIC MONOLOGUE
a part of a play in which one character speaks alone; soliloquy. Monologue is a piece of oral or written literature (e.g., a story, poem or part of a play) spoken by one person who exposes inner thoughts and provides insights into his or her character.
One person speaking, with or without others listening.
is a composition, written or oral, by a single individual. More specifically, a speech given by a single individual in a drama or other public entertainment. It has no set length, although it is usually several or more lines long. Example: Hamlet's "To be or not to be" is a very famous monologue.
n. a long (often boring) speech by one person during a convcersation.
a speech for one person; in comedy, a stand-up comedy script for a solo comedian.
A long speech by a single character.
speech by one character to him/herself or the reader/audience; may be interior or exterior.
A monologue is a speech made by one person speaking his or her thoughts aloud or directly addressing a reader, audience or character.