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In literary criticismstream of consciousness is a narrative mode or method that attempts “to depict edtion multitudinous thoughts and feelings which rdition through the mind” of a narrator.

Pointed Roofsthe first work in Richardson’s series of 13 semi-autobiographical novels titled Pilgrimage[2] is the first complete stream of consciousness argumeng published in English. Stream of consciousness is a narrative device that attempts to give the written equivalent of the character’s thought processeseither in a loose interior monologue see belowor in connection to his or her actions.

Stream of consciousness writing is usually regarded as a special form of interior monologue and is characterized by associative leaps in thought and lack of some or all punctuation.

In stream of consciousness the speaker’s thought processes are more often depicted as overheard in the mind or addressed to oneself ; it is primarily a fictional device.

The term “stream of consciousness” was coined by philosopher and psychologist William James in The Principles of Psychology A ‘river’ or a ‘stream’ are the metaphors by which it is most naturally described. eddition

Stream of consciousness

In talking of it hereafter, let’s call it the stream of thought, consciousness, or subjective life. In the following example of stream of consciousness rhftoric James Joyce’s UlyssesMolly seeks sleep:.

While many sources use the terms stream of dailogues and interior monologue as synonyms, the Oxford Dictionary of Literary Terms suggests, that “they can also be distinguished psychologically and literarily. While the use of the narrative technique of stream of consciousness is usually associated with modernist novelists in the first part of the twentieth-century, a number of precursors have been suggested, including Laurence Sterne ‘s psychological novel Tristram Shandy Clay notes that Leo Tolstoy “when the occasion requires it Indeed, James Joyce “picked up a copy of Dujardin’s novel There are also those who point to Anton Chekhov ‘s short stories and plays [15] and Knut Hamsun ‘s Hungerand Mysteries as offering glimpses of the use of stream of consciousness as a narrative technique at the end of the nineteenth-century.


It has been claimed that Hamsun was way ahead of his time with the use of stream of consciousness in two chapters in particular of this novel. However, it has also been rhetoriic that Arthur Schnitzlerin his short story ‘”Leutnant Gustl” “None but the Brave”,was in fact the first to make full use of the stream of consciousness technique. But it is only in the twentieth-century that this technique is fully developed by modernists.

Oh, do not ask, “What is it? Eliot, “The Lovesong of J. The term was first applied in a literary context in The EgoistAprilby May Sinclairin relation to the early volumes of Dorothy Richardson ‘s novel sequence Pilgrimage.

Richardson, however, describes the term as an ‘lamentably ill-chosen metaphor”. James Joyce was a major pioneer in the use of stream of consciousness. Some hints of this technique, are already present in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Manalong with interior monologueand references to a character’s psychic reality rather than to his external surroundings.

Earlier in Joyce, when doalogues on Dublinersconsidered adding another story featuring a Jewish advertising canvasser called Leopold Bloom under the title Ulysses. Although he did not pursue the idea further rhteoric the time, he eventually commenced work on a novel readder both the title and basic premise in The writing was completed in October Ulysses was finally published in While Ulysses represents a major example of the use of stream of consciousness Joyce also uses “authorial description” and Free Indirect Style to register Bloom’s inner thoughts.

Furthermore the novel does not focus solely on interior experiences: Another early example is the use of interior monologue by T. Eliot in his poem ” The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock “a dramatic monologue of an urban man, stricken with feelings of isolation and an incapability for decisive action,” [27] a work probably influenced by the narrative poetry of Robert Browningincluding ” Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister “. Scottish writer James Kelman ‘s novels are known for mixing stream of consciousness narrative with Glaswegian vernacular.


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rhstoric Stream of consciousness continues to appear in contemporary literature. Dave Eggersauthor of A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Geniusaccording to one reviewer, “talks much as he writes — a forceful stream of consciousness, thoughts sprouting in all directions”.

The twenty-first century brought further exploration, including Jonathan Safran Foer ‘s Everything is Illuminated and many of the short stories of American author Brendan Connell. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Stream of consciousness disambiguation. This article is about the literary device. For the prewriting technique, see Free writing. Cuddon, A Dictionary of Literary Terms.

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