Person:Karel van het Reve (1)

m. 22 Jul 1916
  1. Karel van het Reve1921 - 1999
  2. Gerard Reve1923 - 2006
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Name Karel van het Reve
Gender Male
Birth? 19 May 1921 Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
Death? 4 Mar 1999 Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
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Karel van het Reve (19 May 1921, Amsterdam – 4 March 1999, Amsterdam) was a Dutch writer, translator and literary historian, teaching and writing on Russian literature.

He was born in Amsterdam and was raised as a communist. He lost his 'faith' in his twenties and became an active critic and opponent of the Soviet regime. With his help, work of dissident Andrei Sakharov was smuggled to the west, and his Alexander Herzen Foundation published dissident Soviet literature.

He is considered to be one of the finest Dutch essayists, his interests ranging from the fallacies of Marxism to nude beach etiquette. His works include a history of Russian literature, 2 novels and several collections of essays. In 1978 Karel van het Reve delivered the Huizinga Lecture, under the title: Literatuurwetenschap: het raadsel der onleesbaarheid (Literary studies. The enigma of unreadability).

His brother, Gerard Reve, was a prominent prose writer.

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