Alternatív, helyi címek:Multatuli
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Eduard Douwes Dekker (1820 – 1887), his pen name Multatuli was a Dutch writer. He was an official at one stage of his life. He decided to be the representative of the truth. The result was suspended.
"Determined to expose the scandals he had witnessed during his years in the Dutch East Indies, Douwes Dekker began to write newspaper articles and pamphlets. Little notice was taken of these early publications until, in 1860, he published his satirical anticolonialist novel Max Havelaar: The Coffee Auctions of the Dutch Trading Company under the pseudonym Multatuli. Douwes Dekker's pen name is derived from the Latin phrase multa tuli, meaning "I have suffered much" (or more literally: "I have borne much"). It refers both to himself and to the victims of the injustices he saw..."
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