В последнее верится с трудом, но... психи способны на многое, мне ли не знать.
(Обсуждение проблемы Огроменных Романов:
Leo Tolstoy's War And Peace, famously so. In fact, the adjective "tolstoy" has become the Russian language's official word for a Doorstopper-y book. Late 19th century Russian authors like Tolstoy and Dostoevsky were paid by the page, hence the length of their works.
The world "tolstoy" or "tolstoia" already means thick in Russian, so this use may be natural and not be derived from Tolstoy, the author. "tolstoy roman" == "thick novel".
It's still very appropriate
Here in Holland, a woman pressed charges agaisnt a mail company because a copy of King's 'It' KILLED HER CHIUAUHA (or... whatever those little dogs are called) when it dropped through the mail chute. Go figure.)