This is from the same issue of The Strand Magazine as the image in the last post, and a fairly awesome look at how people in the 1890s defined themselves in relation to the past. Plus, awesome clothes!
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You could listen to me read a piece of spam mail aloud (O, My Viagra, My New-Found-Land!)
You could play a Twine game (The Perils of Sir Reginald, Bart.)
You could look at pictures of me in costumes, or even read the related Edwardian-era mystery novella (Alas!)
You could read Stranded!, a Strand-Magazine-Based form of Illustrated Entertainment (start here with a sort of explanation: Stranded!)
...or you could just sort of explore... there is a lot of material here, and (I think) much of it is Very, Very Good.