A light Comedy from Shakespeare, not burdened with deep meaning. The simple storyline, which on close examination is not tenable, but if we take a certain amount of assumptions, and quite amusing. One day, one place had 2 sets of twins, absolutely to resemble each other, each pair gave the same name. The parents of one of the pair bought a second pair of twins in the service of his (Oh the times! Oh the customs!).
Travelling by sea at a very young age, suffers a shipwreck, which is tearing our strange family exactly in half: twin servant and mother + twin, servant and father. There are more than two decades, and the family was unable to be reunited (not really tried?) and now that the twins are both gentlemen Antipolo finally meet together, it breeds a lot of strange and funny situations.
In each of the comedies I read the author definitely pops up a thing from the category of "about the days of morals": the anti-Semitism, anti-feminism, the parent threatens to kill daughter if she does not marry whom he will indicate that more than anything. The author has repeatedly noticed that all of his audience that he basically writes, Christian Catholics, but never smell or spirituality or piety, the impression that then, it was nothing more than a smokescreen and empty sound.
So here, some people buy other children from their parents, and it's just a nuance that is obvious to everyone, it's not plot - becomes a glaring problem. Servants are always stupider than their owners, and Shakespeare in their works are not Mature enough to ideas to beat the situation that people are actually equal and it is quite possible when two of the master's children grew boobies, and the servants surpass them in the mind, but this does not happen the play is for the audience who calls the shots and does not accept such thoughts.
The Lord's right to treat their bought servants like cattle, although the speech is no longer about slavery, but what's the difference? The impression that this is normal and to the public, which is designed for play, to the same extent as they pushed around, and both the hero and the wife of one of them.