free indirect discourse and stream of consciousness : Jane Austen's Character Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice

Free Indirect Discourse And Stream of Consciousness: An Analysis Of Narrative Techniques Employed By Jane Austen, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, Tony Morrison And Salman Rushdie

Free indirect discourse allows the reader to see the inner thoughts and emotions of the characters, but it remains third-person narrative. It gives access to the characters’ thoughts and feelings, but it is still filtered through the narrator’s perspective.