Poem about Tolstoy and his wife (1 Viewer)

hi.
i read this poem a long time ago and liked it very much, but now can't figure out where it was.
i wonder if someone could tell me in what book it was originally printed.

it was something about:

<--lousy retelling begins
Tolstoy's wife constantly pestered him
so he had to go out in cold, fell sick and died
and after that his wife kept telling everybody what a bastard was her husband
lousy retelling ends-->

thanks.
 

Black Swan

Abord the Yorikke!
page 221,

Tolstoy's wife was a
nag
and one bitter cold
night
she started in on him
again
and he left the house to
escape her
and
caught the
pneumonia which
killed him.
 
J

johnwayne12

A little bit off topic but didn't Bukowski dislike Tolstoy? I thought I remember seeing an interview where he says that he thinks War and Peace is shitty.
 

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