In literature, plays, films, etc, what is the technical term for narration that doesn't break the 4th wall?

I'm talking about narration provided by characters who aren't aware there's an audience. For example, some key terms are homodiegetic, autodiegetic, extradiegetic, 1st person, 2nd person, 3rd person. When I look up these terms however, they all mention that they speak in such a way that they are aware they're narrating to an audience.

There's doesn't need to be a narrator directly speaking to the spectator for narration to be occurring. Every story has narration in this sense. Can someone please give me this key term?

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    How about SOLILOQUY ?

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