Romeo and Juliet

How does Juliet justify Romeo's actions?


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Juliet chides Romeo over his pretense of peace and contradictory violence. She then recants the accusation, and asks the Nurse, "Shall I speak ill of him that is my husband?" (3.2.97). She claims Romeo was only acting in self-defense.