Danilo Stackpole: The Fool Who Outwitted the Devil, a short story by Ion Creangă

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After ruining his fortune in a hilarious display of poor judgment, a not very bright peasant decides to become a hermit. There’s one small problem with his plan: the place on which he chooses to found his monastery belongs to the underworld.

A hilarious, 19th century short story by Romania’s greatest storyteller.

“Noted among samples of 19th century Romanian humor, “Dănilă Prepeleac” earned critical attention for its creative language, the defining traits of its main characters, and echoes of larger themes found throughout European folklore…” –Wikipedia

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