1 The children were all sleeping in a back room.
2 All but the hundred years when you were sleeping.
3 She slept a languorous sleep, interwoven with vanishing dreams.
4 She was overcome with sleep, and answered him with little half utterances.
5 The moon hung low, and had turned from silver to copper in the sleeping sky.
6 When they found that you were sleeping they thought it best not to awake you.
7 With the other chubby fist he rubbed his eyes, which were heavy with sleep and ill humor.
8 The white light of the moon had fallen upon the world like the mystery and the softness of sleep.
9 It was 'Robert, come; go; stand up; sit down; do this; do that; see if the baby sleeps; my thimble, please, that I left God knows where.'
10 Edna took him in her arms, and seating herself in the rocker, began to coddle and caress him, calling him all manner of tender names, soothing him to sleep.
11 She was dragging a chair in and out of her room, and at intervals objecting to the crying of a baby, which a nurse in the adjoining cottage was endeavoring to put to sleep.
12 The physical need for sleep began to overtake her; the exuberance which had sustained and exalted her spirit left her helpless and yielding to the conditions which crowded her in.
13 But Monsieur Farival had assured him that his wife was only overcome with sleep and fatigue, that Tonie would bring her safely back later in the day; and he had thus been dissuaded from crossing the bay.
14 She had no desire to sleep or to retire; nor did she feel like going over to sit with the Ratignolles, or to join Madame Lebrun and a group whose animated voices reached her as they sat in conversation before the house.
15 She found in his eyes, when he looked at her for one silent moment, the same tender caress, with an added warmth and entreaty which had not been there before the same glance which had penetrated to the sleeping places of her soul and awakened them.