Eros, also Cupid [Roman], was the god of love in Greek myth.

Statues of Cupid appear in the stories The Mask (sculpted by Boris Yvain) and The Street of Our Lady of The Fields. It is possible these two statues are one and the same.

In one story of Eros he had a love affair with a mortal princess named Psyche.

Sigmund Freud theorised that humans have two principle drives; the death drive, Thanatos, and the life drive, Eros.

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