Litija Travel on Woolf’s soliloquies are entirely subjective. They are interior monologues, inner voices speaking to themselves. Though they are said to be said, they are never spoken aloud, a distinct peculiarity. The text of The Waves is not meant for performance on any stage. Here is one short example of the format of the soliloquies, as weIl as a typical simile: ‘The breath of the wind was like atiger panting,’ said Rhoda (89). Rhoda repeatedly speaks in her soliloquies of her fear that atiger is about to spring. Each sequence of the soliloquies cornes after one or another interlude and before the next one. Litija Travel 2016.