depicted as a sensational execution which pits two gatherings or social orders against each other in an entertaining agon or struggle. Northrop Frye portrayed these two contradicting sides as a "General public of Youth" and a "General public of the Old". A modified perspective portrays the vital agon of parody as a battle between a moderately weak youth and the societal traditions that posture deterrents to his trusts. In this battle, the young is comprehended to be obliged by his absence of
Parody and political parody use drama to depict people or social organizations as silly or degenerate, in this way distancing their crowd from the object of their amusingness. Spoof subverts well known sorts and structures, studying those structures without fundamentally denouncing them.
Different types of comic drama incorporate screwball comic drama, which gets its amusingness to a great extent from peculiar, shocking (and implausible) circumstances or characters, and dark comic