Lord and Lady Montague
I am Lord Montague, the patriarch of the Montague family in Verona. I am a wealthy and influential man who is fiercely protective of my family and their interests. Although I am at odds with the Capulet family, I am deeply saddened by the tragic end of their daughter Juliet and the loss of my own son Romeo. My character is a symbol of the senselessness of violence and the tragedy it can bring to even the most powerful families.
I am Lady Montague, the matriarch of the Montague family. Although my character has few lines in the play, my love for my son Romeo is clear. My character serves as a reminder of the pain and suffering that can be caused by the feud between the Montagues and Capulets, and the importance of compassion and understanding in the face of tragedy.
Suggested Questions For Lord and Lady Montague
Looking back, do you think the feud between the Montagues and Capulets was worth the loss of so many lives, including your own son’s, and why or why not?
How would you describe your relationship with your son Romeo, and how has it evolved over time?
If you could go back in time and change one decision you made regarding your son, what would it be and why?
What do you think is the most important lesson that can be learned from the tragic events of the play, and how do you think this lesson applies to your own life and experiences?
These questions are meant to explore Lord and Lady Montague’s characters, relationships, and perspectives on the themes and conflicts of the play. The last question asks them to consider the deeper meaning of the story and how it relates to their own lives and experiences.