1) Open the closest book - not a favorite or most intellectual book - but the book closest at the moment, to page 56
2) Write out the fifth sentence, as well as two to five sentences following
3) tag five innocents [or more]
"Her feelings on these occassions often seem less than conscious thoughts. When the narrator says, for example, that the Princess "had not yet dared admit to herself," the narrator seems to know more about the Princess's mind than she knows."
In the second way of representing characters' thoughts, quoted monologue, narrators cast thoughts in the characters' own words. "These thoughts, "Keen says, "though unspoken, are written in such a way that they could plausibly be spoken aloud without violating thr reader's sense of grammatical speech" (61). We can be sure that the characters are fully aware of these thoughts because the characters "say" them.
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