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I just have a few more questions to you.
As for 1) I just want to know if punctuation is correct and if distinguish is followed by "among" or not. In 3) I just want to know if "and" is needed. In 2) and 4) I'd like you to check the word choice.

1) The interior monologue has the following features: First, it is immediate since it lacks the conventional sintax and it is free from introductory expressions; second, it doesn't follow a chronological or a logical formal order of events and time is perceived as subjective; third, the rules of punctuation are not respected. More specifically, it is necessary to distinguish (among)thre kinds of interior monologue.
2) Virginia Woolf never lets Mrs. Ramsay's flow of thoughts be without control (also: Mrs Ramsay's thoughts flow without control) and mantains grammatical and logical organization.
3) A powerful belief emerged that the races ofthe world were divided by fundamental physical and intellectual differences and (?) that some people were destined (doomed also possible?) to be led by others.
4) The Victorians thought it as a mission thrust by God to impose their superior way of life on native peoples.

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  1. 1) The interior monologue has the following features: First, it is immediate since it lacks the conventional syntax, as well as introductory expressions; second, it doesn't follow a chronological or a logical order of events because time is perceived as subjective; third, the rules of punctuation are not respected. More specifically, it is necessary to distinguish among the three kinds of interior monologue.

    2) Virginia Woolf never lets Mrs. Ramsay's flow of thoughts be without control (also: Mrs Ramsay's thoughts flow without control) and maintains grammatical and logical organization.
    Are you saying that VW lets her character's thoughts flow without control but manages to keep grammar and organization in place? Seems self-contradictory to me.

    3) A powerful belief emerged that the races of the world were divided by fundamental physical and intellectual differences and that some people were destined to be ruled by others. You could use "doomed" in place of "destined" if you want to put a very dark spin on the ideas.

    4) The Victorians thought it was their divine mission to impose their superior way of life on native peoples.

    Several corrections/changes have been made. Be sure to compare yours and mine very carefully. And you'll probably have to rephrase #2 since I don't think it says what you want it to.

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