One Thousand to One in the Animal World in the World of Animals (Hebrew)
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This book's subtitle seems to be "About power and a little about love." The book seems to consist of perhaps 22 offerings, each with a text (one for each letter of the alphabet?) on the right hand page, with a red monochrome full-page line-drawing on the facing page. These drawings are strong on eyes, tendrils, and hair. My eye goes naturally to the two most humanlike characters: the bearded male near the book's center with a peacock's tail and the female squid in the very last illustration. I suspect that there are fables here because of the frequent pairing of characters in the illustrations, like the chimpanzee in the tree and the fox below that seem to be arguing about wisdom. Copyright 1988 by Tammuz. 6¾" x 9½". Is this the same Raphael Rosen that has written several books in English?