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john dougherty
1 year ago

Sad.

3 years ago

[…] type of comedy has its audience. Interestingly, such preferences may also depend on the cultural background of […]

steev
3 years ago

it should of been called dark humour not black humour. its just actually called that and it sounds better

Joice love
4 years ago

List and explain the forms of comedy

Robert
5 years ago

So some guy told me that he’s good at scratch comedy. Does anyone know what that is?

Marilyn Crosbie
Reply to  Robert
5 years ago

Are you sure he didn’t say sketch comedy?

Marilyn Crosbie
Reply to  Robert
5 years ago

Carol Burnett is a good example of someone who specialized in sketch comedy on her Carol Burnett show.

Jaqueline
5 years ago

Hello,

Do you know any contemporary comedies by british authors? Especially if they deal with “cringe comedy”

Thomas
5 years ago

Dear Mr. Cash,

As a student studying Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest”, would it be alright to consider this play as both a Comedy of Manners and High Comedy?

Thomas

katie
6 years ago

thnx Justin, vv helpful, keep up the good work buddy!!

SALISU BADAMASI
6 years ago

Tnx for these elaborated examples.

Tina
7 years ago

Dear Justin,
thank you so much for definitions
I don’t get the differences between Satire, comedy of manners and farce. could you please elaborate more on their differences?

Natalie
7 years ago

Thank you for the definitions!

Cancer
8 years ago

This is a travesty. Fix format plz

Jessica Ivey
8 years ago

awesome article thanks!

s
8 years ago

coollio