"Oh, that's all right, that's all right, give us a rest; never mind about the direction, HANG the direction -- I beg pardon, I beg a thousand pardons, I am not well to-day; pay no attention when I soliloquize
, it is an old habit, an old, bad habit, and hard to get rid of when one's digestion is all disordered with eating food that was raised forever and ever before he was born; good land!
I begin where he soliloquizes
." He jerked his head and began to read.
31) What Hegel says of its origin will be discussed later, but among the many interesting opinions on the origin of genius, Schopenhauer's is shocking, "They (the genius) are inclined to soliloquize
, and in general may exhibit several weaknesses that actually are closely akin to madness" (Payne 190).
The other is the author who interrupts the narrator to soliloquize
on metanarrative concerns, to theorize on memory and responsibility, and to compose paratexts.
This cautionary aside affords him an opportunity to soliloquize
upon the irony of light -- that it is able to hide as much as it reveals.
These women, or the slaves attached to their households, soliloquize
about the dangers of their profession, the violence of the young men admitted into their homes, the squalor they live in when they do not earn enough money, their lack of legal or social protection, and the real danger of dying on the street if they are unsuccessful at their profession.
Lawyers interrupt judges, judges intimidate witnesses, witnesses soliloquize
over guilt or innocence, ad infinitum.
The shamed speculators depart, while Simon is left to soliloquize
: ""This here's a mighty hard world ...
The reason is that this Mathnawi, which is the outcome of the poet's inner feelings, was not actually composed for the readers but rather composed to satisfy the poet's inner feelings and his desire to soliloquize
When children are blocks building, they make up stories and soliloquize
thoughts in their minds.
As Humphreys has a lady-in-waiting soliloquize
to the thirty-two-year-old Queen Elizabeth I in the mid-1600s, "The ice is new to us.
Sitting next to Darcy and listening to Lady Catherine soliloquize