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.
When he awoke a woman in black stood beside him, who said: 'You have fulfilled your task very badly, for you have let the two black wolves damage the Tree of the Sun. I am the mother of the Sun, and I command you to ride away from here at once, and I pronounce sentence of death upon you, for you proudly let yourself be called the Sun-Hero without having done anything to deserve the name.'
was already sinking into the trees when they went with their jingling dippers into the wooded ravine of Mashkin Upland.
"Oh, but I don't show beautiful red and green and purple when the sun shines through me, Mr.
Pendleton, the sun doesn't make anything but freckles out of me.
Aronnax," said he; "if to-morrow I cannot take the altitude of the sun, I shall not be able to do it for six months.
"If to-morrow, the 21st of March, the disc of the sun, allowing for refraction, is exactly cut by the northern horizon, it will show that I am at the South Pole."
But when the silver rim of the sun
pushed itself out, a moment or two later, the assemblage broke loose with a vast shout and came pouring down like a deluge to smother me with blessings and gratitude; and Clarence was not the last of the wash, to be sure.
Our watches were gone, and we were living beneath a stationary sun. Already I was puzzled to compute the period of time which had elapsed since we broke through the crust of the inner world.
On and on we stumbled beneath that hateful noonday sun. If we fell we were prodded with a sharp point.
"And if the earth fell upon the sun
?" asked Nicholl.
Yet of all the organs of sense the eye is the most like the sun
Their apprehensions arise from several changes they dread in the celestial bodies: for instance, that the earth, by the continual approaches of the sun
towards it, must, in course of time, be absorbed, or swallowed up; that the face of the sun
, will, by degrees, be encrusted with its own effluvia, and give no more light to the world; that the earth very narrowly escaped a brush from the tail of the last comet, which would have infallibly reduced it to ashes; and that the next, which they have calculated for one-and-thirty years hence, will probably destroy us.
He calls himself the New Priest of Apollo, and he worships the sun
"We agreed to do as she had said, and feasted through the livelong day to the going down of the sun
, but when the sun
had set and it came on dark, the men laid themselves down to sleep by the stern cables of the ship.