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A '''monologue''' (British English) or '''monolog''' (American English) is a [[dialogue]] with a single [[interlocutor]].
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A '''monologue''' (British English) or '''monolog''' (American English) (/mɒnəlɒg/) is a [[dialogue]] with a single [[interlocutor]].
  
 
They are frequently used in [[drama]], but are not restricted to that medium.  Indeed, many [[university lecture]]s are monologues.
 
They are frequently used in [[drama]], but are not restricted to that medium.  Indeed, many [[university lecture]]s are monologues.

Latest revision as of 02:25, 2 December 2019

A monologue (British English) or monolog (American English) (/mɒnəlɒg/) is a dialogue with a single interlocutor.

They are frequently used in drama, but are not restricted to that medium. Indeed, many university lectures are monologues.