"Puchin" is an entertaining play by the famous Russian playwright Alexander Nikolaevich Ostrovsky (1823-1886). *** Having received a good inheritance after the death of his father, Kirill Kiselnikov throws the university and is going to marry. His friend, the student Poguliaev, tries to dissuade his comrade from getting married until he gets an education, but Kiselnikov does not listen to him. And that's what happened ... Other well-known works of Alexander Ostrovsky are Voevoda (The Dream on the Volga), In a Strong Place, Dmitri the Pretender and Vasily Shuisky, Tushino, On Every Wise Man of the Sense, Hot Heart, Madness money "," Forest "," Not all cats are carnival. " 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.