Economic, financial and business history of the Netherlands. URL accessed on October 9, The books were sold for 4 guilders, a large amount for the time. After discovery the smuggler could count on a severe punishment. To distinguish between smuggled and legal opium, a simple reagent was added. In addition, the Dutch state earned a fortune with the sale of opium to the natives, this opium-trade was started centuries before during the VOC-times. Kets-Vree, Multatuli, Max Havelaarpart 2, p. The papers that had already been printed earlier were not discarded, but were still used.
There will be representatives from Fairtrade International and Max Coffee Tastings at the Siphon Bar are led by Joost Leopold, coffee expert.
In Novemberthe Max Havelaar Foundation celebrated its 25th anniversary. A quarter of part of a global network of Fairtrade organizations – done for coffee farmers and their Fairtrade should continuously raise the bar. That's. Fairtrade Products, Max Havelaar Eerlijke Handel, Regenbogen, Kunst Voor Kinderen. Bezoeken Koffie Verpakking, Koffiekopjes, Koffiefilters, Veganistisch.
The text-source for this edition was the double-edition of the second-edition: The mistake in that edition remains: lieve lezer s Both editions were printed in the same type, only the page size differed.
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Categories : novels Dutch novels Dutch East Indies Political novels Dutch-language novels Dutch novels adapted into films Novels set in the s Novels set in the Netherlands Novels set in Indonesia Dutch satirical novels Male characters in literature Fictional Dutch people Fictional businesspeople Fictional characters introduced in The name comes from Max Havelaarwhich is both the title and the main character of a Dutch 19th-century novel written by Multatuli critical of Dutch colonialism in the Dutch East Indies.
At the very end of the novel Multatuli himself takes the pen and the book culminates in a denunciation of Dutch colonial policies and a plea to the king of the Netherlands to intervene on behalf of his Indonesian subjects. After Dekker's death, the book was reprinted many times. Namespaces Article Talk.
Max Havelaar: Or the Coffee Auctions of the Dutch Trading Company is an novel by Multatuli which played a key role in shaping and modifying Dutch. The result is a fragrant coffee that is at the same time soft, with echoes of A special blend from the coffee plantations where the Max Havelaar Miscela bar.
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The first part on 8 Novemberthe second part on 22 November. The name comes from Max Havelaarwhich is both the title and the main character of a Dutch 19th-century novel written by Multatuli critical of Dutch colonialism in the Dutch East Indies. In De Ruyter had sold his copyright for guilders. Kets-Vree, Multatuli, Max Havelaar, deel 2, p.