soliloquize


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But in an unnecessary bid for engagement, Dean singles out couples in the audience as he soliloquizes about intellectual wives and their cuckolded husbands.
Soon after, he soliloquizes, "I said I would take my own part against the slander of oblivion and against the monstrous facelessness of it and that I would stand a stone in the very void where all would read my name.
As Stubb proceeds with his "inquiry," Ishmael soliloquizes over the marvelous reversal of olfactory sensations in this "insufferable fetor": "Now that the incorruption of this most fragrant ambergris should be found in the heart of such decay; is this nothing?
Before Hamlet visits his mother, the play introduces a scene in which Claudius soliloquizes his great guilt and struggles with his nature: "O
Othello's rumination over the cause of Desdemona's alleged infidelity stands in marked contrast to his earlier dignity: "Haply, for I am black, / And have not those soft parts of conversation/ That chamberers have," he soliloquizes miserably (3.
When Palfrey finally objects to Endicott's watering down his punishments, Endicott soliloquizes in reply:
Ratliff's minimalist chapters, in which he soliloquizes that Gavin "missed it.
19) Following the Spasmodic paradigm, Bothwell soliloquizes vigorously, but Aytoun enlists the ballad form to counter the grosser tendencies of Spasmodic soliloquy.
Fanny also soliloquizes out in nature, where she is often abandoned by others to sit alone with her thoughts.
While they both roam the remembrances of their youths, it seems as if someone soliloquizes.