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Separating the "concealed spectators of the plot in agitation" from the soliloquizer overlooks how important even a concealed audience is as a sounding board for the dramatic production.
What soliloquizer and audience engage in here is a delayed or deferred participation framework.
Thus, Athens argues that the soliloquizer is never entirely alone, based on the very constitution of the self as a social construction: