Author Multatuli Title Max Havelaar, or, The coffee auctions of the Dutch Trading Company / Multatuli ; with an introduction by D.H. Lawrence ; translated by Roy Edwards ; afterword by E.M. Beekman Publisher Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 1982 Leyburn-Level 2 PT5829.M3 E3 1982
about Multatuli ...and Dekker ...and more
another example of Web serendipity in this bit of archived email:Date: Thu, 22 Apr 1999 06:08:08 -0400
From: Raymond Lum (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Shawn, et al.: This isn't a book, but an article about a book: Last Sunday's New York Times Magazine has an article by Pramodedya Anata Toer, "The Book That Killed Colonialism: As the West Clamored for Spices, the Novelist 'Multatuli' Cried for Justice." It's about the book MAX HAVELAAR, which also has been made into a movie.
...which also led me to this very useful analysis of Toer's piece:Rethinking a Problematic Constellation: Postcolonialism and its Germanic Contexts (Pramoedya Ananta Toer/Multatuli) (Carl Niekerk Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East (Duke UP), special issue on "Comparative (Post)Colonialisms", 23.1 (2003): 45-56)
From Google search "max havelaar" globalization, results of which lead to some coffee specificsMax Havelaar FoundationYolanda brought the search engine Mooter to my attention. Here's part of a search for "max havelaar" looking at the 'coffee' clusterIn 1988, the Max Havelaar Foundation introduced a "Max Havelaar" quality seal for coffee in the Dutch market. It has since been introduced in other European countries including Denmark. Coffee roasters seeking the right to sell coffee under the seal must comply with a number of fair trade criteria. Besides coffee roasters, Max Havelaar is working with companies offering chocolate, tea and bananas.
THE FAIR TRADE ADVENTURE An Alternative to Globalization, by the Founders of Max Havelaar By: Frans Vanderhoff y Nico Roozen