Traditionally, comedies have happy endings, frequently marriages, whose subjects revolve around everyday people in everyday situations which tend to be topical and using everyday language. Aristophanes is considered father of ancient Greek comedy with Menander as his successor. The two chief Roman writers of comedy were Plautus and Terence. Classically it is considered a "lower" form than Tragedy.

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