- Of the walls, one was occupied by the window, the other by a draped mantelshelf bristling with Cupids.Chapter 6 (26% in)
- Much did she censure the attenuated Cupids who encircle the ceiling of the Queen's Hall, inclining each to each with vapid gesture, and clad in sallow pantaloons, on which the October sunlight struck.Chapter 5 (8% in)
- "How awful to marry a man like those Cupids!" thought Helen.Chapter 5 (9% in)
- He was renting the flat furnished; of all the objects that encumbered it none were his own except the photograph frame, the Cupids, and the books.Chapter 6 (35% in)
There are no more uses of "Cupid" in Howards End.
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