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Beelzebub, traditionally regarded as a name for the devil, is the hero and primary character of Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson.
Mullah Nassr Eddin, a legendary figure in numerous countries of the Near East, is an embodiment of popular wisdom. In his writings Gurdjieff uses quotes from Mullah Nassr Eddin as impartial opinions—after the fashion of a Shakespearean fool. Many of these quotes were clearly invented by Gurdjieff.
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