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Michigan Ave., Chicago, screens Finding Babel January 29 at 2 p.m.David Novack will introduce the film and lead a postshow discussion.In his beard, blue blood cloated like a lump of lead. ‘Poles cut his throat.’” This is what it means to be a witness to history.

A final, chilling moment comes when Malaev-Babel tries to visit the place where Babel was arrested.

It is now in a gated community, and when Malaev-Babel tries to enter, he is roughed up by two security guards.

Aaron Lansky, founder and president of the National Yiddish Book Center, explains it this way: “Tyrants fear the poet, and people fear the writer, because they tell the truth.

They tell a much deeper truth.” Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, 610 S.

The horrors of Stalin’s Great Terror are everywhere apparent, from our tour through the monastery that was built above former torture chambers and cells to the ruins of barracks that housed the murderous Cossacks and their horses, the latter a strong symbol in Babel’s writing.

Babel met his fate, but remains a passionate voice in our world today.

The language is rich and voluptuous, the descriptions horrifyingly vivid: “A dead old man lay there on his back.

His throat had been torn out and his face cleft in two.

In Paris, his grandson stretches his professional muscles by rehearsing a production of Babel’s 1935 play Maria.

The play was never produced in Babel’s lifetime; it was shut down during rehearsals because of its very dangerous message that human nature will devour the utopian ideal of the Soviet Union and that all the people who died during the Russian Revolution were sacrificed for nothing.

The odyssey took him to Polish Galicia, Odessa, Paris, and Moscow, to the places where Babel lived, was detained, died, and was interred.