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Although the play is a comedy, it is a more sophisticated comedy. The enotes introduction notes that "the comedy of Much Ado derives from the characters themselves and the manners of the highly-mannered society in which they live (enotes). Thus, it's a comedy of manners and class. The humor comes from laughing at the people and the situations.
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