|William Blake Cerebus|
Referred to by the newspaperman in Lowry's short story “In Le Havre”. Hence Lowry's joke of “My best to Cerebus, throw him a bone for me”; “a dog guarding it Under The Volcano Pg. 77; Markson notes the Consuls remark in Under The Volcano that he does not believe the headline, “Town counts dog’s noses” as a dog only has one nose except when the dog is Cerberus, who has three heads. (David Markson Malcolm Lowry's Volcano Pg.93 and Chris Ackerley's Volcano website 180.1).