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  1. Horlarmelaykan says:

    I don’t understand this type of comedy.

  2. sk mustafa says:

    what is the difference between sentimental comedy and Greek tragedy

  3. 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.

  4. Anonymous says:

    “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?