TUESDAY, November 27: Urchin Preview Day

Explore a new way to experience The Dickens Project this year : become an urchin.

Charles Dickens, ever a champion of children, wrote stories about those who were poor and unprotected, left in the hands of the manipulative and cruel.

His child characters are often triumphant, finding ways to build lives of purpose and sometimes even happiness in a difficult time.

What was it like to be a child in Victoria's England? Become an urchin and find out!

Urchins in Dickens' London will be available all during this year's Dickens Project programming. But maybe you want a preview ...

If so, join me at the Dickens Project on LEA 7 on Tuesday, November 27, for a preview. I will be on site as much as possible that day to answer questions and show you around./span>

Scheduled tours will happen at 10:00 am, 2:00 pm, and 6:00 pm SLT. 

Meet at the Plaza! ( http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA7/128/131/22

You can read more about the Urchins experience on this page.

Come visit on Tuesday!
Aoife Lorefield, creator of Urchins in Dickens' London

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