Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The climax (from the Greek word (klimax) meaning staircase and ladder ) or turning point of a narrative work is its point of highest tension or drama or when the action starts in which the solution is given. In a prose work of fiction, the climax often resembles that of the classical comedy, occurring near the end of the text or performance, after the rising action and before the falling action. It is the moment of greatest danger for the protagonist(s) and usually consists of a seemingly inevitable prospect of failure, followed by a hard-to-anticipate recovery. A climax includes three elements. The most important element is that the protagonist experiences a change. The main character discovers something about himself or herself, and another unknown character. The last element is revealing the theme itself.