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Перевод Patrick Wolf – The Hazelwood и текст песни
I went out to the hazel wood,
Because a fire was in my head,
And cut and peeled a hazel wand,
And hooked a berry to a thread;
And when white moths were on the wing,
And moth-like stars were flickering out,
I dropped the berry in a stream
And caught a little silver trout.
When I had laid it on the floor
I went to blow the fire aflame,
But something rustled on the floor,
And some one called me by my name:
It had become a glimmering girl
With apple blossom in her hair
Who called me by my name and ran
And faded through the brightening air.
When I am old with wandering
Through hollow lands and hilly lands,
I will find out where she has gone,
And kiss her lips and take her hands;
And walk among long dappled grass,
And pluck till time and times are done
The silver apples of the moon,
The golden apples of the sun.?
Я вышел в лес орешника,
Потому что в моей голове был огонь,
И вырезал и очистил ореховую палочку,
И зацепил ягоду нитью;
И когда белые бабочки были на крыле,
И мелькающие звезды мерцали,
Я уронил ягоды в ручей
И поймал маленькую серебряную форель.
Когда я положил его на пол
Я пошел, чтобы разжечь огонь,
Но что-то шуршало на полу,
И кто-то назвал меня по имени:
Она стала мерцающей девушкой
С яблочным цвести в волосах
Кто назвал меня по имени и побежал
И поблеклая отблеск воздуха.
Когда я состарился с блужданием
Через пустоты и холмистые земли,
Я узнаю, куда она ушла,
И поцелуйте ее в губы и возьмите ее руки;
И ходить среди длинной пятнистой травы,
И держитесь до тех пор, пока время и время не пройдут
Серебряные яблоки луны,
Золотые яблоки солнца.?
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Student Censorship | Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier – Mr.
Supreme Court Briefs St. Louis, Missouri
May 10, 1983 Robert Reynolds, the principal at Hazelwood
East High School, looks over the page proofs that were to be published for The Spectrum,
the school-sponsored newspaper. The Spectrum was a student newspaper, published
every three weeks as part of a Journalism II class. The class distributed around 4500 copies not
only to other students, but also sold copies to community members. Hazelwood School District paid for most of
the costs of producing the newspaper, however. Normally, principal Reynolds would be excited
to read each new issue. However, this time he found two of the articles
in the upcoming issue inappropriate. One story was about teen pregnancy, and included
interviews with students at Hazelwood East who had been pregnant. That said, the story used fake names for the
girls. Reynolds thought that folks would still figure
out who they were, though. Reynolds also thought the article’s references
to sex and birth control were not appropriate for younger kids at the school to read about. The second article dealt with divorce, and
also brought up personal things that might reveal embarrassing personal family matters
involving the students interviewed for it. Now, instead of giving the students who reported
on and edited the story a chance to respond, Reynolds went ahead and cut out the stories
from the issue, and in doing so had to omit seven articles from it. So instead of being a six-page issue, it was
a four-page issue. The students only found out that the articles
had been left out when the issue had been released on May 13. The three students involved with the two articles
were reporters Leslie Smart and Lee Ann Tippett, and the editor Cathy Kuhlmeier. As you could imagine, they were very upset
the articles didn’t get published, especially since The Spectrum’s advisor, Robert Stergos,
had previously approved them. Kuhlmeier, Smart, and Tippett all confronted
Principal Reynolds about what he did. Reynolds told the girls that the stories were
“inappropriate, personal, sensitive, and unsuitable." Well they were certainly not cool with that
explanation, and made copies of the deleted articles and distributed them to other students
on school premises anyway. They were not punished for that, by the way. Later, arguing that the school had violated
their First Amendment rights to freedom of speech AND freedom of the press, Kuhlmeier,
Smart, and Tippett sued the school district and got their case to the U.S. District Court
for the Eastern District of Missouri. The District Court agreed with Hazelwood,
saying that because Hazelwood mostly paid for the newspaper, they could control what
was in it. Kuhlmeier and the rest appealed to the U.S.
Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, which reversed the lower court’s decision, saying
that nope, the newspaper was a “public forum” that went beyond the walls of the school. And wouldn’t you know it, this time Hazelwood
appealed to the Supreme Court. It heard oral arguments on October 13, 1987. Yep, by this time the girls had long graduated
from Hazelwood East High School. Still fighting, though. I like it. The big question, of course, was did Principal
Reynolds violate the students' First Amendment rights? The Court said “nope.” In a 5-3 decision, the Court announced on
January 13, 1988 that they had sided with Hazelwood, saying that yes, school administrators
could censor school-sponsored expression like student newspapers, assembly speeches, and
the like IF the censorship is “reasonably related to legitimate pedagogical concerns.” In other words, if it could potentially disrupt
learning at school, the principal can prevent the expression. This idea, by the way, is called prior restraint. Oh you lawyers and your fancy words. So yeah, since school administrators represent
the state, they can jump in quite a bit to limit students from saying controversial stuff. That said, off campus speech by students was
still protected, so Kuhlmeier, Smart, and Tippett making photocopies and distributing
the articles on their own was still ok. If you want to remember one thing about Hazelwood
School District v. Kuhlmeier, it’s that yes, schools can censor students IF it’s
school-sponsored stuff. Later, in the case Hosty v. Carter, the Supreme
Court even applied it to the university level. Still, today the case remains controversial,
and several states have passed laws that protect the First Amendment rights of students. I’ll see you for the next Supreme Court
case, jury! Now, I should also add that since students
communicate so much today on social media, the public forum ain’t going away anytime
soon. So students, keep posting about what’s going
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