Stream of consciousness

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Stream of consciousness is a literary technique made popular by James Joyce and William Faulkner which attempts to record the inner thoughts and feelings of a character in a novel, usually developing into epiphanies and revelations. This developed based on interest in psychoanalysis. The technique was devised during the first half of the twentieth century, and has since been used by many authors. There were earlier precursors.



  • Stream of Consciousness is a 12-minute instrumental song by the progressive metal band, Dream Theater. The song was on their LP Train of Thought.