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An exchange is monological when pupils are situated in a process of reflection, which is, however, essentially oriented toward a quest for "the" correct answer.
In the last fifteen years, the prevalent monological and single-voice paysage of Slovene poetry has diversified and that process still continues today.
In tips and tricks meetings, teachers focus on monological exhibition of ways to do things.
Unlike the original book, this active appropriation of Rodo's work gives voice to the disciple, which interrupts the monological and authoritarian speech of Prospero in Ariel.
Our encounter with such cinema remains always already heteronomous--neither bound nor monological.
Geric argues that Maud sets Lyellian uniformitarianism against William Whewell's critiques of Lyell and Richard Trench's Adamic linguistic theory to create a radically experimental work that unleashes a dialogism so profound that the attempted reversion to monological meaning and authority at the end is unconvincing.
A monological work evokes definitive meanings and dialogism evokes multiple meanings.
Nothing seems to steal more autonomy from these voices than such a monological reading.
suffrage movements, serving to displace the ideal of both the silent woman and her counterpart, the monological white male orator.
In Family and the State in Early Modern Revenge Drama, Chris McMahon seeks to demonstrate how revenge drama "performs as the 'shadow' of more monological discourses" that promoted the "privatisation of the family" (3) in the early modern era.
Hawthorne challenges this monological providential aesthetic in such stories as "Roger Malvin's Burial," "The Gentle Boy," and "The Minister's Black Veil" with his "pluralistic ethics of reading" (48).
Privileging a reading of the magazine form--multivocal and discordant, ideologically amorphous and often fragmentary--over the monological novel offers Gardner a tentative solution, and an opportunity to redress the 'pointed critical neglect' of the early American magazine and its place in American literary history.