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Then, taking up the play, he begins to prepare his extra lines, and with this closes the most passionate of all soliloquies.
BROWNING AND THE DRAMATIC MONOLOGUES. S. CURRY
At this point Mr. Hawker's soliloquies were interrupted by footsteps just outside the room.
IN FRIENDSHIP'S GUISEWM. MURRAY GRAYDON
This and much more of the same kind was uttered in soliloquies, but need not be repeated at length to the reader.
MR. SCARBOROUGH'S FAMILYANTHONY TROLLOPE
There was no necessity for you to make all those long soliloquies, Whipster.
VOCES POPULIF. ANSTEY
The women were the most silent,—pale and silent; the men uttered low exclamations or soliloquies, or talked together.
THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON
The slowness of its action, and the import of its dialogue and soliloquies, make all depend upon the central figure.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 17, NO. 103, MAY, 1866VARIOUS
Again and again, fetlock deep across it runs the stream, gently persistent and forever murmuring its happy soliloquies.
OVERLAND REDHENRY HERBERT KNIBBS
They are dramatic soliloquies; but the poet's self-identification with each of his creations, in turn, remains incomplete.
FROM CHAUCER TO TENNYSONHENRY A. BEERS
These queries will doubtless arise as soliloquies in the minds of many readers on glancing at the title-page.
THE WORLD'S SIXTEEN CRUCIFIED SAVIORSKERSEY GRAVES
Yes, 'motive-hunting' exactly answers to the impression that Iago's soliloquies produce.
SHAKESPEAREAN TRAGEDYA. C. BRADLEY

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