Here is my confession: I see no humor in this play. It is labeled a tragi-comedy. Classes “go to town” on the play finding nuance and craven behaviors, plays on words/double entendres, human depravity, odd man out, and plot twists. They have pointed out phrases and circumstances and ironies.
While you may not see humor, there are clever phrases, circumstances and ironies. List three and explicate why they are clever or humorous. Provide the page on which each is found.