Writing a soliloquy involves writing a speech for a character within the larger drama of the literary text. Soliloquies are delivered primarily in plays, by speakers who are alone or addressing an audience. William Shakespeare is well known for the soliloquies delivered in his plays, including "Hamlet," "Macbeth," and "Romeo & Juliet."
To write a soliloquy:
Step 1:Determine the character's thoughts and feelings
A soliloquy should reflect the character's unexpressed emotions, and illustrate any inner conflict they may be having about a situation. It's a vehicle for demonstrating the unspoken.
Step 2: Articulate any information
Soliloquies can also enable a character to convey essential information about something taking place at a different time, or in a different place. It can also provide more information about unseen or lesser-known characters.