Stream of consciousness is writing or saying everything that comes into your head in a continuous stream. Some novels have sections or are written wholly in a stream of consciousness, for example, "Mrs. Dalloway" by Virginia Woolf.
f is a piecewise smooth funtion on [a,b] if f and f ' are piecewise continuous on [a,b]
She doesn't care what her husband thinks
Katia was going to teach them a lesson they'd never forget.
No way, she thought, this is ridiculous.
There once lived a miserly, miserable old man.
A character who seems naïve may have a moment of sudden insight.
How honestly does the narrator represent the world
Does the narrator have something to hide/cover up. Does he have reason to "pad the truth"
Does the narrator actually understand what is going on
Is the narrator biased
Does the narrator contradict what he/she says
A reader may not connect with a character who seems dishonest.
Brainstorm, draft, revise, polish
Good writing can come from observations you make about the real world.
Narration that tries to imitate the patterns of real thought.
The writer should ask himself, "How much should the narrator know about the story?".
A larger psychic distance usually creates a less inimate tone.
A closer psychic distance can create a more intimate tone.
a man stands alone, in costume, on an empty stage
In an old mansion away from society
A character who shows different sides
How formal does the writing seem
The sound of cows kicking the barn door
Narration that moves freely from location to location or character to location.
The writer wants you to realize that the narrator is unreliable, and to take everything they've said with a grain of salt.
a narrator who doees not view similarly like others
Narration That Can enter the thoughts and feelings of any Character