The play is a combination of popular farce on one hand and styled musical theatrical tradition on the other. The matching of these two opposite aesthetic traditions composes the framework of the play. The coexistence of these different worlds is difficult to be harmonic. Their dramatic battle creates the comic aspect of the play. The rich villager, buying the wife-daughter of an impoverished noble, ends in his complete humiliation while the new humiliated woman-merchandise ends up in the love revenge as a beginning of an emancipation. The tragic aspect of the provincial magnificence of the parents selling their child in exchange of its contempt, ends up also in its ridicule. Finally, the pairing off of the socially equals servants remains also an outlet loaded with impasses.