Then the girl continued: 'Remember, though, if you do not succeed the Sun will kill you.
A Fairy gave me to your mother in order that I might be of service to you; so let me tell you, that if you go to sleep and let the wolves harm the tree, the Sun will surely kill you.
Then like a red-hot bow in the sky appeared the edge of the sun
And he seized hold of the creeping-plants, and the roots of trees--climbed up the moist stones where the water-snakes were writhing and the toads were croaking--and he gained the summit before the sun
had quite gone down.
But Levin felt a longing to get as much mowing done that day as possible, and was vexed with the sun sinking so quickly in the sky.
The sun was already sinking into the trees when they went with their jingling dippers into the wooded ravine of Mashkin Upland.
And now you know why I said the sun
was trying to play it--that game.
But precisely because chance has led me into these seas on the 21st of March, my bearings will be easy to take, if at twelve we can see the sun
300,000 times weaker than that of the sun
, and that its heat has no appreciable effect upon the thermometer.
On and on we stumbled beneath that hateful noonday sun
Good additional heat for the sun
," replied Michel Ardan, "of which the inhabitants of Uranus or Neptune would doubtless not complain; they must be perished with cold on their planets.
But when they are directed towards objects on which the sun
shines, they see clearly and there is sight in them?
He showed me also, in one of his books, the figures of the sun
, moon, and stars, the zodiac, the tropics, and polar circles, together with the denominations of many plains and solids.
That singular smoky sparkle, at once a confusion and a transparency, which is the strange secret of the Thames, was changing more and more from its grey to its glittering extreme as the sun
climbed to the zenith over Westminster, and two men crossed Westminster Bridge.
THE SIRENS, SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS, THE CATTLE OF THE SUN