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Definition and Examples of Stream of Consciousness
Definition: Stream of Consciousness is a literary technique which was pioneered by Dorthy Richardson, Virginia Woolf, and James Joyce. Stream of ...
'The Waves' Review - Classic Literature - About.com
Woolf perfects the stream-of-consciousness form in this novel. She manages to eschew realism in her search for a deeper truth in the currents that flow beneath ...
A Review of James Joyce's Novel 'Ulysses' - Classic Literature
Joyce's startling stream-of-consciousness offers a unique perspective on the events of the day; we see the occurrences from the interior perspective of Bloom,  ...
Stream of Consciousness - Definition and Examples
Though stream of consciousness is commonly associated with the work of novelists (including James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, and William Faulkner), the method ...
Consciousness - Definition of Psychology Terms
American psychologist William James compared consciousness to a stream; unbroken and continuous despite constant shifts and changes. While the focus of  ...
Interior Monologue (Definition and Examples)
Interior monologue, strictly defined, is a type of stream of consciousness. As such, it presents a character's thoughts, emotions, and fleeting sensations to the ...
What's It Like to Experience Schizophrenia? - About.com
They may earnestly try to communicate their thoughts in nonsensical, stream-of- consciousness language, and be frustrated when the other person doesn't ...
'Mrs. Dalloway' by Virginia Woolf - Review - Classic Literature
Woolf's style--she is one of the most foremost proponents of what has become known as "stream of consciousness"--allows readers into the minds and hearts of  ...
'As I Lay Dying' Quotes - Classic Literature - About.com
The novel is narrated with the shifting viewpoints of 15 characters--made all the more vivid with Faulkner's use of the vernacular and stream-of-consciousness ...
Pressured Speech and Writing – What is Your Wildest Manic Writing
Aug 18, 2009 ... Composed a stream-of-consciousness rant in your journal? What is the wildest manic thing you've written? Share your best (or worst ...
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