Current of conscience
In literary criticism, the Current of conscience, or flow of conscience is a Technique arts person which seeks to describe the point of view of an individual by giving the written equivalent of the process of thought of the character. The writing in the shape of the current of conscience is associated with the modernistic literature. Its introduction into a literary context, drifting of psychology, is allotted to May Sinclair.
The current of conscience is usually regarded as a specific form of Stream of consciousness is characterized by jumps associative (and sometimes dissociative) in the syntax and the punctuation which can make the text difficult to follow. The current of conscience and the stream of consciousness must be distinguished from the dramatic Monolog, where the speaker addresses himself to an audience or has a third person, and who is mainly used in the Poésie or the drama. In the current of conscience, the processes of thought of the speaker are generally described as heard (or addressed to oneself); it is mainly about a tool of fiction.
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