Who was Lady Montague?
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Of a broken heart because Romeo is banished.
She dies of grief because of Romeo's death.
She dies from grief of Romeo being banished in the last scene of the book.
Lady Mary Wortley Montigu went to Turkey in 1717 and witnessed the inoculation of Smallpox (a deadly disease) then wrote about it and cured many people in England when she ret…urned. Although the inoculation also killed a few people.
The Lady Mary Wortley Montagu mostly remembered for her letters, particularly her letters from Turkey, which have been described as "the very first example of a secular work… by a woman about the Muslim Orient" and for discovered the local practice of inoculation against small pox while in the Ottoman Empire and bringing it back to London and immunizing her own family, where the imminization there became more popular.
Lady Montague is the mother of Romeo
se murio porque supo ke su hijo Romeo estaba banished de Verona a Mantua
They talked to Benvolio.
Over the greif of her son (Romeo) being banished.
Lord and lady Montague are Romeo's parents.
Lord and Lady Montague was the father and mother of Romeo.
Unfortunately for her, she is dead when Lord Montague is at the tomb. It is revealed in the last scene of the play that she earlier died of heartbreak over Roemo's banishment.… Poor Montague had a double dose of grief.
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu was born on May 26, 1689 and died on August 21, 1762. Lady Mary Wortley Montagu would have been 73 years old at the time of death or 326 years old to…day.
In Act I, Scene I of Romeo And Juliet, following the exit of the Prince and others, Benvolio first recounts to the Montagues the beginning of the fight that just occurred. He …says that when he got to the fight, he saw the servants of the Capulet and Montague houses fighting and when he tried to stop the fight, Tybalt (a capulet) began to fight with him. He then explains how the fighting escalated until Prince Escalus arrived and ended the fight. Next, Lady M. asks Benvolio about her son, Romeo. Benvolio explains that Romeo is pretty bummed out but he isn't sure why, and he's seen Romeo wandering around and avoiding people. Lord Montague then recounts how he's seen Romeo sighing and crying, shutting himself away in the dark inside his house. Nobody seems to be able to figure out why Romeo is so unhappy and they all stand around wondering what they could do to help when Romeo enters.
They are not particularly important. It would be easy to cut them out of the play and still have a coherent dramatic whole. Montague provides a balance to Capulet both when th…ey both try to get into the fight in Act 1 and when they reconcile in Act 5. The death of Lady Montague adds a little extra sorrow at the end of the play (but not much, because we hardly see her). They serve these functions but they are far from important.
She is married to Montague, who is Benvolio's uncle, which makes her his aunt. Since we are not exactly told who Benvolio's parents are, we don't know if he is related by bloo…d or by marriage to Lady Montague.
lady mary one particularly important achievment