He had forgotten completely about his conversation with her that afternoon and was carrying on a monologue about the latest news from Fort Sumter, which he punctuated by hammering his fist on the table and waving his arms in the air.
Aunt Pittypat’s monologue broke off suddenly as she said inquiringly: "Yes, Mammy?" and Scarlett, coming back from dreams, saw Mammy standing in the doorway, her hands under her apron and in her eyes an alert piercing look.
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In books we find monologues from the greatest minds. And where those books disagree, it is up to the reader to create a dialogue.
Our conversation became more of a monologue on her part.