Moreover, it will be too late to think of giving ventila- Swarin tion at noontide, when the temperature has risen to 80° F.
Whether or no Gawain was a sunhero, and he certainly possessed some of the features - we are constantly told how his strength waxed with the waxing of the sun till noontide, and then gradually decreased; he owned a steed known by a definite name le Gringalet; and a light-giving sword, Escalibur (which, as a rule, is represented as belonging to Gawain, not to Arthur) - all traits of a sun-hero - he certainly has much in common with the primitive Irish hero Cuchullin.
Moreover, it will be too late to think of giving ventila- Swarin tion at noontide, when the temperature has risen to 80Ã‚° F.
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