Climax

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Death of Caesar, the well-known climax of Shakespeare's play, Julius Caesar

The climax is the part of a movie or story, with the most suspense or terrifying moment. It may be the main character is about to die or the villain is going to capture the heroes.

Climax is most often used when the author want you to be worried or frightened. They do this to make you continue reading the book or to make you continue watching the movie. Climax is normally found near the end of the story or movie. It is near the conclusion.

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