The Dawn of a To-morrow

Author: Burnett, Frances Hodgson

Average rating:
  • Fair-Read Level: 1
  • Illustrated? Yes
  • Audiobook
  • Length: A
  • Flesch: 85.75
  • Kincaid: 4.43
  • Fog Level: 7.1
  • Core 1 and 2: 83.12

Placement Text

There are always two ways of looking at a thing, frequently there are six or seven; but two ways of looking at a London fog are quite enough. When it is thick and yellow in the streets and stings a man's throat and lungs as he breathes it, an awakening in the early morning is either an unearthly and grewsome, or a mysteriously enclosing, secluding, and comfortable thing. If one awakens in a healthy body, and with a clear brain rested by normal sleep and retaining memories of a normally agreeable yesterday, one may lie watching the housemaid building the