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Verhalen uit joods Amsterdam van Multatuli, Bernard Canter, Maarten de Vries...

Multatuli (author), Bernard Canter (author), Maarten De Vries (author)
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Verhalen uit joods Amsterdam van Multatuli, Bernard Canter, Maarten de Vries...

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Bundel verhalen van o.a. Multatuli, Is. Querido, Frans Pointl, Abel Herzberg, Egon Erwin Kisch, Etty Hillesum, Marga Minco, Sel Santen, Jona Oberski, Renate Rubinstein, Judith Herzberg en Leon de Winter.
Title
Verhalen uit joods Amsterdam van Multatuli, Bernard Canter, Maarten de Vries...
Author
Multatuli Bernard Canter Maarten De Vries
Compiler
Carel Ter Haar
Language
Dutch
Distributor
Brussel: Luisterpunt, 1993
12 banden
Original publisher
Meulenhoff
Note
Gemaakt in Nederland

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About Multatuli

Eduard Douwes Dekker (2 March 1820 – 19 February 1887), better known by his pen name Multatuli (from Latin multa tulī, "I have suffered much"), was a Dutch writer best known for his satirical novel Max Havelaar (1860), which denounced the abuses of colonialism in the Dutch East Indies (today's Indonesia). He is considered one of the Netherlands' greatest authors.

Family and education

Eduard Douwes Dekker was born in Amsterdam, the fourth of five children of a Mennonite family: the other children were Catharina (1809-1849), Pieter Engel (1812-1861), Jan (1816-1864, grandfather of the politician Ernest Douwes Dekker), and Willem (1823-1840). His mother, Sietske Eeltjes Klein (sometimes written "Klijn"), was born at Ameland. His father, Engel Douwes Dekker, was a sea captain from the Zaan district of North Holland. Engel used the family names of both of his parents, Piete…Read more on Wikipedia

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