Bodemann 511.1. The eighty-five texts are taken from the 1951 Artemis publication Antike Fabeln, with translations by Ludwig Mader. They include prose from Aesop and verse from Phaedrus, all of course here in German. The pen drawings have a psychedelic character. I sense that someone could date them to the sixties without knowing this book's date of publication. A viewer may see this art at its best on 14-15, where images of the lion and the fox on separate pages are joined to each other by the images of footsteps between them--all of course going in the lion's direction! Two strong and typical pieces show the daw first in borrowed feathers and then in none (34-35). Occasionally, the illustrations are simply difficult to read.