The study of monologues in W. Shakespeare's tragedies

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Three types of monologues are studied in the tragedies of W. Shakespeare: plot-problematic (or intriguing), plot-directing (or instructive) and plot-final (or summarizing). Monologues are considered in the ratio of theatrical speech with the external and internal speech of the characters. Their specific features and orientation are analyzed, a detailed description is given.

Soliloquy, monologue, self-addressed, audience, external monologue

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IDR: 148309733   |   DOI: 10.25586/RNU.V925X.19.04.P.066

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