ERROL LINCOLN UYS

 

Brazil by Errol Lincoln Uys

"A masterpiece! Brazil has the feel of an  enchanted

virgin forest, a totally new and original world

for the reader-explorer to discover."

L' Express, Paris

 

Riding te Rails cover

"As gripping, as it is well-researched, Uys so

thoroughly recreates the  wretched conditions

the boxcar boys and girls endured that the

reader can all but hear the cadence of the

trains on the tracks and the lonesome

wail at every  whistle stop."

  Boston Globe

 

Errol Lincoln Uys and James Michener

A unique look at what went into the making of

James A. Michener's South African novel, The Covenant.

"Michener committed a scarlet literary crime

and used his celebrated influence in publishing to get away with it."

Imagining Boston

Imagining Boston depicts Boston’s history through

the centuries. These jottings derive from work in progress

on a novel, the interwoven stories of four families, who bring

ing to life the passion and pageant of a city that gave birth to America.

 

READERS' GUIDE TO BRAZIL

Brazil Readers' Guide

 

ILLUSTRATED

GUIDE TO BRAZIL, THE NOVEL

 

Rio de Janeiro slave  market

 

BRAZIL - THE MAKING OF A NOVEL

 

Slave ball and chain, Pernambucan sugar estate

 

BRAZIL - EXCERPT

 

Battle of Tuyuti

 


 

 

READ LETTERS FROM

BOXCAR BOYS AND GIRLS

 

Sharecroppers

 

WHAT LIFE WAS LIKE DURING

THE GREAT DEPRESSION

 

RIDING THE RAILS ARCHIVES

 


 

REVIEWS

 

Newspapers

 


 

ERROL LINCOLN UYS

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