"This version is far superior to any translation of the "Antigone" known to me. For the modern reader, the "Antigone" is now a rich and rewarding play "in English"."--Robert J. Rabel, author of "Plot and Point of View in the "Iliad""
About the Author
Sophocles (496-406 BC) lived through the greater part of the long struggle with Sparta and died a few months after Euripides. He is credited with developing the tragic form and his surviving tragedies are masterpieces of humanity and art.
Don Taylor was an English writer, director and producer in theatre, radio and television for over forty years. He is most noted for his television work, particularly in his early 1960s collaborations with playwright David Mercer.