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Leo Tolstoy

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Leo Tolstoy
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Character Information
Male ♂
Occupation: Writer
First mentioned: "Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington"
First appearance: "The Girl on the Bus"

Leo Tolstoy was a Russian writer. His most famous work is War and Peace.


When Homer read Reading Digest at work he told to Lenny that as Tolstoy said in Quotable Notables, "Give me learning, sir, and you may keep your black bread" when it was lunch time.[1]

Professor Frink's latest invention, the Info Cram 6000, is supposed to absorb books directly into the brain through electrodes. He uses an unspecified book by Tolstoy in his demonstration at the Festival of Books.[2]

Leo Tolstoy wrote the book The Death of Ivan Ilyich.[3]

He wrote a book in a collection of Russian authors that Sam Monroe's family owned.[4]

When the school bullies used a card shuffler to shuffle the school library's card catalogue, Tolstoy was placed next to Hawthorne.[5]

He is one of the many people on "Ned's List of Laudable Lefties".[6]



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