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This article is dedicated to the term "stream of consciousness", which came from philosophy, indicates an endless change of sensations forming an indivisible continuum. As a result, it seems possible to distinguish two important characteristics of this phenomenon: the duration in time and the interpenetration of sensations (elements of the "stream of consciousness") related to both the past and the present. This concept of time was used by modernist writers in order to describe the state of thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.6554829 fatcat:r55bszbjpredtpiakkwkfpsioa