Bromion

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Bromion is a character in the mythology of William Blake. According to S. Foster Damon (A Blake Dictionary) he represents Reason, from the side of the poet's mind.

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In Vala, or the Four Zoas he is one of a quartet of four sons, with Rintrah, Palamabron, and Theotormon, whose parents are Los and Enitharmon (or alternatively, sons of Jerusalem).

He is a major character in Visions of the Daughters of Albion. He rapes Oothoon, and then is bound to her, back to back.

References[edit]

  • Erdman (1952). "Blake's Vision of Slavery". Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes. 15 (3/4): 242–252. doi:10.2307/750476. JSTOR 750476.
  • Aers (1977). "William Blake and the Dialectics of Sex". ELH. 44 (3): 500–514. doi:10.2307/2872570. JSTOR 2872570.