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User: The climax of Hamlet is _____.





Weegy: When Hamlet stabs Polonius through the arras in Act III, scene iv
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User: sooo its Polonius's death?

Weegy: Having studied Shakespeare myself, I believe that the true climax is in Act III when Hamlet stabs Polonius. At this point, Hamlet brings himself into unavoidable conflict with the king (Claudius).
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