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  1. Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man ( Russian: На всякого мудреца довольно простоты; translit. Na vsyakogo mudretsa dovolno prostoty) is a five- act comedy by Aleksandr Ostrovsky. The play offers a satirical treatment of bigotry and charts the rise of a double-dealer who manipulates other people's vanities.

    • 13 November [O.S. 1 November] 1868
    • Russian
  2. 17/05/2022 · Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man (Russian: На всякого мудреца довольно простоты; translit. Na vsyakogo mudretsa dovolno prostoty) is a five-act comedy by Aleksandr Ostrovsky. The play offers a satirical treatment of bigotry and charts the rise of a double-dealer who manipulates other people's vanities. It is Ostrovsky's best-known comedy in the West.

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  6. Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man ( Russian: На всякого мудреца довольно простоты; translit. Na vsyakogo mudretsa dovolno prostoty) is a five- act comedy by Aleksandr Ostrovsky. [1] The play offers a satirical treatment of bigotry and charts the rise of a double-dealer who manipulates other people's vanities. [2]

  7. Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man (Russian: На всякого мудреца довольно простоты; translit. Na vsyakogo mudretsa dovolno prostoty) is a five-act comedy by Aleksandr Ostrovsky. [1] The play offers a satirical treatment of bigotry and charts the rise of a double-dealer who manipulates other people's vanities. [2]