Hello, My father will be visiting the UK soon. I live in a developing country where not many books are available, so he'll be bringing them here. Now, I have already compiled a list of quite a few books. I am particularly looking forward to Munkres' Topology and Sutherland's Metric Spaces and Topology. However I need a real analysis book, at a level higher that Spivak's Calculus textbook, which I have completed. My 'mathematical maturity' is at the level of Spivak's Calculus, Shilov's linear algebra, Tennenbaum's differential equations, and parts of Apostol's Analysis, etc. I have already had cookbook James Stewart style non rigorous calculus course. I know its not much but I've turned 18 not long ago, and I haven't started college yet (begins fall 2013 I hope). I would prefer something at the level of Spivak's calculus on manifolds, but its very terse I've noticed from Amazon. What about Munkres' Analysis on Manifolds? Ideally one of these two should do, but I would like to know which would be more appropriate, given that I will be mostly using them for self-study? Also is Pugh's Analysis similar to either of these? The book for me should cover multivariable analysis, with a proof of Stoke's theorem, manifolds etc. Throw in any other suggestions you like! :) Professor Mathwonk, if you're here Sir, I'm really looking forward to your post :) Thank You!!! PS: PLEASE DO NOT HIJACK THIS THREAD!