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  1. no sorry, all theatre students know in Shakespeare’s time it just had to end in a marraige to be considered a comedy- comedy was defined as non tragedy back then.

  2. “Strangely, these comedies were more likely to bring an audience to tears than offer them laughter”

    If so, then why were they regarded to be comedies? Isn’t laughter a necessary end product for a work to qualify as a comedy?