The Grapes of Wrath

How does Steinbeck create comic relief in this chapter?

Chapter 22

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I thought the religious lady at the camp was pretty funny. Lisbeth Sandry, a religious zealot, speaks with Rose of Sharon about the alleged sin that goes on during the dances, and complains about people putting on stage plays, which she calls Œsin and delusion and devil stuff.'