Soliloquy is an oratory with oneself .
Soliloquy can take the form of a dramatic or
comedic monologue where a character
expresses his thoughts or thinking process
A soliloquy is performed by a single actor on
the stage.
It can deal with big, generalized issues,
such as Hamlet’s To be or not to be. (Act 3.
Scene i.), in which he considers life, death
and suicide; react to events such as O
what a rogue and peasant slave am I! (Act
2, Scene ii), when he compares himself
with the Player King and berates his own
inaction; or ponder future action, as in
Now might I do it pat, now he is praying
(Act 3, Scene iii).