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What is a dramatic monologue


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What is dramatic monologue? Well here is an example and a deffinition to help you out

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What is a dramatic monologue

  1. 1. What is a dramatic monologue? Find examples. A dramatic monologue is a poetic form in which a single character, addressing a silent auditor at a critical moment, reveals himself or herself and the dramatic situation. An example for this is a poem called ‘Bedroom Eyes’. It is written by Frank Herrera. BEDROOM EYES Man In the Moon...Old Gypsy Voyeur. If you were me...I'd need a lawyer. I see you peering through her window... wishing you were there. Lusting as she slumbers. Splaying moonbeams... on her gorgeous auburn hair. Now the 'Sandman' cometh creeping. Old cowards lusting as she's sleeping. Too old to be a threat... So I guess you'll just have to marvel... at what you'll never get. If by chance ...I were an Angel. A spec of hapless Stardust or a Prayer. Or for any... of so many Damned Good Reasons... you two...could so easily...also find me there.