The Wisdom of Doctor Dodypoll is a later Elizabethan stage play, an anonymous comedy first published in 1600. It is illustrative of the type of drama staged by the companies of child actors when they returned to public performance in that era.
Famous quotes containing the words wisdom and/or doctor:
“For eighteen hundred years, though perchance I have no right to say it, the New Testament has been written; yet where is the legislator who has wisdom and practical talent enough to avail himself of the light which it sheds on the science of legislation?”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“The best thing about Sassy Seats is that grandmothers cannot figure out how they work and are in constant fear of the childs falling. This often makes them forget to comment on other aspects of the childs development, like why he is not yet talking or is still wearing diapers. Some grandmothers will spend an entire meal peering beneath the table and saying, Is that thing steady? rather than, Have you had a doctor look at that left hand?”
—Anna Quindlen (20th century)