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used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

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Roman mythology:  god of love; a small, winged boy whose arrows make those struck fall in love
  • The rosebushes out back by the little cupid?
    Chapter 21 (36% in)
  • She's pretending to be my mother, someone named Sarah Rees-Toome who lives in a cottage with a cupid out back, when my own mother was Virginia Doyle, a woman who never once set foot in Surrey.
    Chapter 21 (38% in)
  • A figurine of a little cupid sits inside an alcove under the stairs.
    Chapter 28 (40% in)
  • Brigid holds up a statuette of the world's ugliest cancan dancer, formerly a cupid with breasts.
    Chapter 28 (45% in)

There are no more uses of "Cupid" in A Great and Terrible Beauty.

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