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In Act 2, how has Juliet changed since Act 1 of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet?

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Juliet changes the most in Act 3 as it is in this act when she transforms from a girl holding girlish ideals about love to a woman knowing and understanding what real love truly is. The moment Romeo killed her cousin Tybalt had a great deal to do with Juliet's maturity. Suddenly she is faced with the choice to continue to trust and love Romeo simply because he is her husband or to decide that he is not what he at first seemed to be. Juliet's choice to continue to trust and love Romeo is the moment she learns what real love is, rather than young, immature infatuation. However, while Juliet's...

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