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From the Multatuli Museum:

“Multatuli,” W.F. Hermans states in his biography of the author, De Raadselachtige Multatuli (The Incomprehensible Multatuli) in 1976, “[is] undoubtedly the only Dutch writer who has remained interesting for over a century.” Many years later, we can safely state that Multatuli, pseudonym of Eduard Douwes Dekker (1860-1920), will continue to fascinate us for many more years to come. His exceptional writings, turbulent life and lasting battle against injustice is indeed attracting new generations of readers.

All the print-on-demand garbage clogging Amazon makes these damn near impossible to find there, but, in English:
Max Havelaar : Or the Coffee Auctions (Penguin)
The Oyster and the Eagle: Selected Aphorism of Multatuli

From the Multatuli Museum:

Multatuli,” W.F. Hermans states in his biography of the author, De Raadselachtige Multatuli (The Incomprehensible Multatuli) in 1976, “[is] undoubtedly the only Dutch writer who has remained interesting for over a century.” Many years later, we can safely state that Multatuli, pseudonym of Eduard Douwes Dekker (1860-1920), will continue to fascinate us for many more years to come. His exceptional writings, turbulent life and lasting battle against injustice is indeed attracting new generations of readers.

All the print-on-demand garbage clogging Amazon makes these damn near impossible to find there, but, in English:

Max Havelaar : Or the Coffee Auctions (Penguin)

The Oyster and the Eagle: Selected Aphorism of Multatuli

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