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A. A. Long is professor emeritus of classics and affiliated professor of philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley. His many books include Epictetus: A Stoic and Socratic Guide to Life, Stoic Studies, and (with Margaret Graver) Seneca: Letters on Ethics. He lives in Kensington, California.

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"One of Michael Dirda's Best Books of 2018"
"Princeton University Press's new edition of Epictetus's Encheiridion and selected Discourses, titled How to Be Free: An Ancient Guide to the Stoic Life, is the latest entry in a wave of works, both popular and scholarly, on Stoicism. . . . How to Be Free seeks to bridge the worlds of both kinds of readers. Translated and introduced by Long, a renowned scholar of Stoicism and classics professor at UC Berkeley, the work presents the Greek text and English translation on facing pages. While the original text is, well, Greek to me, Long's translation is sharp and straightforward - qualities always associated with Epictetus's teachings."---Robert Zaretsky, Los Angeles Review of Books
"A remarkable insight."---Ryan Holiday, Medium
"Anybody who is about to go into a party or pool with people that are likely to try our patience can benefit from reading a couple of paragraphs from this book to reaffirm one's determination to remain stoic in this disheveled wilderness." * Pennsylvania Literary Journal *
"Any book that offers Stoic wisdom, whether diluted or updated, translated or condensed into bullet points, is meeting a perennial human need."---Rachel Hadas, Hudson Review

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