Ancient statue of two people side by side with caption identifying them as "true friends"

How to Be a Friend: An Ancient Guide to True Friendship

by Marcus Tullius Cicero Author and Philip Freeman Foreword

A new and engaging translation of Cicero's classic. How to Be a Friend, while written in 44 BC, still offers relevant and helpful advice on how to let the right people into your life, how to maintain healthy relationships, and how to stick with those you care about through good times and bad. Why wouldn't you want to learn how to be a better friend and find the right people for you? Bad friends suck, and being that bad friend is even worse. Read this book.

(This book may contain a small, black sharpie mark on the bottom edge, so that it can't be returned to a different wholesaler.)