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I am currently doing a self-study in Abstract Algebra. I was a math major in college (not so long ago), so I have some exposure to upper level math. For one reason or another, I wanted to go back and re-learn Abstract. I was using Fraleigh until I discovered Pinter's text which is much more fun!! Right now, I am through the first 10 chapters.

My question is, if I complete this book in its entirity [not EVERY exercises, but certainly a good sampling from each chapter], where would I be in terms of a book like Dummit & Foote?

Thanks.

Also, any recommendations for book similar (same level) in analysis, linear algebra, or topology to Pinter's would be great!

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# A Question about Pinter's A Book of Abstract Algebra

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