Comparing Soliloquy And Monologue
A monologue on the other hand, is the opposite of dialogue. Monologue or dialogue can be considered the middleman between prologue and epilogue. A monologue is a speech presented by a single character in a drama or in poetry to narrate, most of the events to the audience. Dramatic monologue is found in the poem The Proud King by William Morris (You View The Themes Of The Proud King)
The few similarities between soliloquy and monologue remain that they are instruments of dramatic effects, they both require the speeches of a single character and they give clear meaning and expansion to a dramatic work of art.