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What Is the Difference between Comedy and Farce?

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A comedy usually ends with a couple marrying or several members becoming couples and going off to say their marriage vows, but this is not the case with a farce. In a farce the humour is derived from a situation whereas in a comedy the humour is derived from a character.
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