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Is the climax of hamlet ophelia's death?
No, Ophelia's death is not the climax of "Hamlet". It is more likely to be when Hamlet stabs Polonius through the arras in Act III, Scene iv, thus committing himself to overtly violent action and bringing himself into unavoidable conflict with the king. Another possible climax comes at the end of Act IV, Scene iv, when Hamlet resolves to commit himself fully to violent revenge.
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No, Ophelia's death is not the climax of "Hamlet". It is more likely to be when Hamlet stabs Polonius through the arras in Act III, Scene iv, thus committing himself to overtly violent action and bringing himself into unavoidable conflict with the king. Another possible climax comes at the end of Act IV, Scene iv, when Hamlet resolves to commit himself fully to violent revenge.
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