Gerard Reve With the Half-Siamese Cat Justine (named after De Sade), Anefo - 1968
Gerard Reve with the half-Siamese cat Justine (named after De Sade), Anefo, 1968.
Gerard Kornelis van het Reve (14 December 1923 – 8 April 2006) was a Dutch writer. He started writing as Simon Gerard van het Reve and adopted the shorter Gerard Reve in 1973. Together with Willem Frederik Hermans and Harry Mulisch, he is considered one of the "Great Three" (De Grote Drie) of Dutch post-war literature. His 1981 novel De vierde man (The Fourth Man) was the basis for Paul Verhoeven's 1983 film.
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