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  1. Tom Buchanan Says:

    Another Keats poem in 3.1 The Genuine Article
    Rumpole meets the accused forger in his chambers who begins

    “A thing of beauty is a joy forever”

    To which Rumpole replies

    “Its loveliness increases; it will never
    Pass into nothingness;—Unlike you who may
    spend 5 years in prison (or words to that effect).

    Rumpole quotes “A thing of beauty is a joy forever”
    during the trial also.

  2. gareth morris Says:

    what poem does rumpole refer to about the insolence of office -the same poem bullingham talks about the laws delays please?

    • ratnumber6 Says:

      I believe they refer to a quote from Hamlet during the episode The Last Resort.

      The pangs of disprized love, the law’s delay,
      The insolence of office and the spurns

      • Garethmorris818 Says:

        Hi re the eternal triabgle epiusodewhat poem is rumpole reciting about “i met a lady in the mews?”please

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  3. gareth morris Says:

    Hi re eternal triangle what is the poem rumpole refers to with the quote “i met a lady in the mews”please tks

  4. gareth morris Says:

    Msny thanks

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