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Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Beds teaches literature
When is this look coming back?
Even in a case as dry as the fourth appeal in long running CEQA fight, here, Beds rouses his erudition to reference Matthew Arnold (see the conclusion). Arnold often comes to mind during litigation, but more often for the last line of Dover Beach: "Where ignorant armies clash by night."
My own photo of Dover Beach, taken this summer!
Another great literary reference is in fn. 6: "(See Musick III, supra, 238 Cal.App.4th at p. 540 [“EIR 564 is The Hobbit to SEIR 564’s Lord of the Rings.”].)"