Bleak House – Charles Dickens (Simplified Version)

“London, 1852. London in November. It was cold, winter weather. There was mud in the streets. There was fog too. The fog was everywhere. It came up the river and down the river. Cold, mud, and fog filled the streets of London. And the fog was thickest and the mud was deepest near Lincoln’s Inn, the very heart of London. The Lord High Chancellor was … Continue reading Bleak House – Charles Dickens (Simplified Version)