Freud's theory says the Id is the part of the mind that contains our primal desires, the things we want that a considered amoral by social and cultural norms (Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis, 354-374). This painting, "Fruits of Desire", reminds Adam and Eve with their desire for knowledge that led them to eat the forbidden fruit. It relates to the selfish desire Antigone had. The Id is what made Adam and Eve desire knowledge much like it was the Id that made Antigone selfishly desire the burial of her brother over her life as well as the community. Freud believes that if the desire goes unchecked, or unrepressed, people could become uncontrollable (Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis, 354-374). Antigone was controlled by her unconscious mind, by her Id, which put her to desire, her selfish needs, above all else.