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25 Sep 12:02 PM

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In the street the heat was insufferable again; not a drop of rain had fallen all those days. Again dust, bricks and mortar, again the stench from the shops and pot-houses, again the drunken men, the Finnish peddlers and half-broken-down cabs. The sun shone straight in his eyes, so that it hurt him to look out of them, and he felt his head going round—

I can’t understand the meaning of the words “it hurt him to look out of them”in this sentence.
What meaning does the word “them “indicate?
Also,

What meaning do the words“look out of “indicate?
Please explain it plainly.

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