|Author:||Marcus Tullius Cicero|
De Oratore is a discourse on rhetoric written in 55 BC by Marcus Tullius Cicero. Cicero considered it his more mature work on the subject, after De Inventione, which he wrote in his youth. Nevertheless, the latter is more commonly taught from in institutions of higher learning.
The book is a tractatus on Artes Liberales, written in Latin, with a quality of 12.