What is the climax in The Other Side of Truth?

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The climax in the plot of a story is the most exciting moment where the reader is kept in suspense about how the story is going to turn out and the main conflict of the story is going to be resolved. In this excellent and powerful short story, the conflict is external, as Sade battles to do whatever she can to be reunited with her father and to try and live a life that is worthy of him and his ideals in the meantime as she and her brother adapt to life in England,...

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