- Uniform Title
- Antigone. English. (Storr)
- Greenbrae, California : Produced entirely by hand at the Allen Press, mcmlxxviii 
- Physical description
- 64 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 32 cm
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- This translastion by Richard Emil, concerns that part of the Oedipus story that occurs after Eteocles and Polyneices have killed each other over the succession to the throne of Thebes. Antigone's uncle Kreon succeeds to the throne.
- Publication date
- The translation used is that of Francis Storr published in the Loeb classical library, 1912.
- "This book is one of an edition limited to 130 copies. The type faces are Menhart Unciala for the text and Solemnis for display, both set by hand. The all-rag paper, handmade and watermarked to our specifications at St. Cuthbert's Mill in England, was printed damp on an 1846 Columbian handpress. Decorations, and illustrations based on sixth century B.C. Greek vase paintings, are by Victor Seward, and hand-colored by Dorothy Allen. The damp-paper printing inks used are from France and Germany. Designed, printed and bound by Lewis and Dorothy Allen, Greenbrae, California."--Page 5.
- Allen Press bib. (1985), 44
- Gift of Mrs. Marjorie Simons, 1989; Gift#89-1.
- Special Collections & University Archives copy 1: Binding: ivory paper covered boards with black stamped title on the front cover and spine. Provenance: George (manuscript note laid in). With 1 page publisher's prospectus.
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