Venus eros and psyche
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Mythology Cupid And Psyche Summary And Analysis
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Psyche in cupid and psyche
She told Cupid to go to earth and shoot Psyche with an arrow as to make her fall in love with the most despicable creature on the earth. He said that this would bring bad fortune upon her but she wept and wept and soon he gave in and granted her request. Later Eros became associated with the love goddess Aphrodite, and he is often spoken of as Aphrodite's son Cupid, most notably in the myth of Cupid and Psyche. Originally, Cupid was known as Eros love. As the day passed she began to feel reassured that she would soon meet her husband. By the late 20th century, however, American psychologist Phyllis Katz argued instead that the myth is about the mediation of sexual tension, the basic conflict between male and female natures, resolved only by the ritual of "true" marriage. The goal of every soul is immortality, says Diotima, and the foolish seek it through worldly recognition, the common man through fatherhood, and the artist through the making of a poem or image. All the men were content in worshiping and admiring her but no one ever truly loved her. She must have certainty, she finally decided one thing for sure she would see him tonight. Psyche had not spoken with her sisters in some time and requested from her husband that she bade them welcome to the palace.
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