the merry wives of windsor. scene 4 act 4 - Sir Hugh Evans comments

on the third plot to humiliate and frighten Falstaff by charging in on him in the woods by a host of characters who wear ghost-like garments: "it is admirable pleasures and fery/honest knaveries." (4.4. ll. 2280-1). Do you agree? Is it a fit, third punishment? Do you think Falstaff receives the message or will he try again in the future

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