I.M. Dybbuk

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I.M. Dybbuk refers those curious about his qualifications and frame of reference to S. Ansky’s play, “The Dybbuk or Between Two Worlds,” written exactly 100 years ago. He recommends the Tony Kushner translation, if the reader is unfamiliar with Yiddish.

Articles by I.M. Dybbuk

Fable for our time: Trunk  

Saturday, 3 Dec 2016 - The trees heard a constant murmuring, of individuals and of groups of people, all saying the word, maybe even chanting or occasionally yelling: “TRUNK,” TRUNK,” “TRUNK.” Hearing was never their strongest asset.

Chelm 01262: The August report from Chelm

Sunday, 30 Aug 2015 - Without really paying close attention, we have lost our town. Paranoia, anger, suspicion, rumor, irritation, anxiety have replaced a sense of belonging.

Chelm 01262: On the march for a county of ‘bridges’

Wednesday, 21 May 2014 - "We already have West Stockbridge and now we could get Lenox as North Stockbridge, Lee as East Stockbridge, Great Barrington as South Stockbridge and even Pittsfield as FarNorth Stockbridge." -- The Elders of Chelm 01262

Chelm 01262

Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 - He heard that there may have been more doctors for the treatment of psychological ailments per citizen in Stockbridge than in any other town or city in the world.