Is there a commonly accepted - or expected - way for handling a passage where a broken innner monologue is interspersed with thoughts that do not quite qualify as an 'inner conversation'? For example
She felt angry. "He could have told her earlier" So why had he not done so?
"Just how naive are you?" she chided herself.
"He used you and then cast you aside when he tired of you." Had she not known all along that he would do so sooner or later?
"Think, girl; think!" She would have refused to go along with his ideas if she had known earlier!
"So you only have yourself to blame and no right to be angry! she thought.
I could pack everything here into one paragraph. I have played with using ellipses in a single paragraph but the effect is not quite to my liking. I find that the disjointed nature of the inner conversation does not come across and the text feels harder to read.