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Harold John Cook. Matters of Exchange: Commerce, Medicine, and Science in the Dutch Golden Age. Yale University Press. 2007. 562pp.

Rudolf Dekker. Humour in Dutch Culture of the Golden Age. Palgrave. 2001. 187pp.

Douwe Fokkema; Frans Grijzenhout. Dutch Culture in a European Perspective. Uitgeverij Van Gorcum. 2004. 438pp.

Frances Gouda. Dutch Culture Overseas: Colonial Practice in the Netherlands Indies, 1900-1942. Amsterdam University Press. 1995. 304pp.

Jonathan Israel; Reinder Salverda (editor). Dutch Jewry: Its History and Secular Culture (1500-2000). E. J. Brill. 2002. 335pp.

Peter Jan Margry; Herman Roodenburg (editor). Reframing Dutch Culture: Between Otherness and Authenticity. Ashgate Publishing. 2007. 291pp.

J. L. Price. Culture and Society in the Dutch Republic During the 17th Century. Charles Scribner's Sons. 1974. 260pp.

Simon Schama. The Embarrassment of Riches: An Interpretation of Dutch Culture in the Golden Age. Vintage Books. 1987. 698pp.

Kees Schuyt; Ed Taverne. Dutch Culture in a European Perspective: 1950: Prosperity and Welfare. Uitgeverij Van Gorcum. 2004. 556pp.

A. Th. van Deursen. Translated by Maarten Ultee. Plain Lives in a Golden Age: Popular Culture, Religion, and Society in Seventeenth-Century Holland. Cambridge University Press. 1991. 408pp.

Arthur K. Wheelock; Adele Seeff (editor). The Public and Private in Dutch Culture of the Golden Age. University of Delaware Press. 2000. 278pp.

Colin White; Laurie Boucke. The UnDutchables: An Observation of the Netherlands, Its Culture and Its Inhabitants. White-Boucke Publishing. 1989. 310pp.

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