A line in my monolouge is giving me grief.

eenie114

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Dec 6, 2009
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Hey all,
For my Theatre class, I'm going to be performing one of Lady Anne's monolouges from Shakespeare's ''Richard III'' at the very beginning of act one, scene two. The line givin me trouble is, ''...if honor may be shrouded in a hearse''. I'm not sure what kind of inflection that should have, since it doesn't make any sense, in my mind.
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The main themes of the monolouge are grief and bitter hatred, so I'm not sure how to say it. Sarcastic? Miserable? Troubled?

TIA!
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