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Dickens' 200th Birthday Celebration

A celebration of Charles Dickens' 200th birthday with the opening of the exhibition "Dickens at Georgetown;" some Victorian-era treats and cake; Professor Leona Fisher on teaching and learning Dickens; a scene interpretation by Professors John Pfordresher, David Gewanter and Catherine Payling; and an introduction to "Dickens at Georgetown" by Professor Pfordresher and Rare Books Curator Karen O'Connell.

Date(s): 
February 7, 2012
Time: 
4:00pm
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