Aleid Van Rhijn was a Dutch author who was active in the mid-20th century. She is primarily associated with writing novels and short stories, often exploring themes of family dynamics, love, and loss. Van Rhijn’s literary style is characterized by her poetic language and introspective storytelling.

One of her key influential works is “The Tide in The Attic,” published in 1961. This novel delves into the complexities of human relationships and the impact of past traumas on present lives. Through vivid descriptions and emotional depth, Van Rhijn captures the essence of her characters’ struggles and desires.

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