Soliloki

Prosaic soliloquies performed by a quixotic person

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Soliloquy (Malay. Soliloki)

1. The speech in which a character reveals his thoughts to the audience but not to other characters in the play.

I go by the name Zatil and have been serving arbitrary thoughts since 1985.

Written by SZA

28 May 2010 at 10:21 AM

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