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LukeD
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Jul7-08, 06:50 PM
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I've never had any complex analysis, but I'd like to teach myself. I don't know of any good books though. I learned Real Analysis with Pugh, so I'd like a Complex Analysis book on a similar level (or maybe higher).

I.e., I'm looking for a book that develops Complex Numbers and functions axiomatically (maybe with some knowledge of Real Analysis).

Does anyone have any recommendations?
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