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Much Ado About Nothing
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  • Your daughter here the princes left for dead; Let her awhile be secretly kept in, And publish it that she is dead indeed: Maintain a mourning ostentation; nd on your family’s old monument Hang mournful epitaphs and do all rites That appertain unto a burial.
  • I cannot bid you bid my daughter live; That were impossible; but, I pray you both, Possess the people in Messina here How innocent she died; and if your love Can labour aught in sad invention, Hang her an epitaph upon her tomb, And sing it to her bones: sing it to-night.

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  • I want to lead a life that permits a true and honorable epitaph.
  • I don’t think you’d be interviewing me if we were any less nimble. You’d be writing our epitaph.
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