CRITO, A SOCRATIC DIALOGUE BY PLATO
Schmoller no. 16. Limited to 470 copies printed by the Officina Bodoni at Montagnola, Switzerland. Translated into English by Henry Cary. Crito, a friend of Socrates, went to Socrates in his cell to try to convince him to escape. This essay contains the logic used by Socrates that constrained him to follow the laws of his country and hence to death. Printed in Arrighi-Vicenz italic 16 point on Binda handmade paper. Printed under the supervision of Frederic Warde and the first use of this type face. Well-preserved copy - unusual to find in original slipcase.