"Poverty is not a vice" - a comedy in three acts of the famous Russian playwright Alexander Nikolaevich Ostrovsky (1823 - 1886). *** Mitya serves as a clerk to the rich merchant Tortsov. Tortsov - an evil man, treats Mitya badly, but he does not leave him, because he is in love with his daughter Lyuba. Lyuba, too, is not indifferent to the young clerk, but they are afraid that her father will never give consent to their unequal marriage ... Other famous works of Alexander Ostrovsky are "Our People - We'll Be Considered", "Family Picture", "Morning of a Young Man," " Poor Bride "," Do not sit down in your sled "," Do not live as you want "," In a strange feast, a hangover "," Profitable place "," Festive dream - before dinner "," Jokers ". The work of Alexander Nikolaevich Ostrovsky played an important role in the development of the Russian national theater. His plays do not leave theatrical scenes to this day.