I realize this may be kind of strange, but as it turns out, I've experienced a good introduction to topology (at the level of Munkres) before taking a rigorous class on analysis. With a month-long winter break in my near future, I'm wondering if anyone could suggest a text on real analysis that assumes prior knowledge of topology so that I might study it independently of school.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Analysis book that assumes some knowledge of topology

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