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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi!

I am looking for a dover book on differential geometry,

but is hard to decide which ones to buy.

I am trying to get a (ONE) book NOT for PHYSISTS but for MATHEMATICIANS.

For now I am paying attention to:

- Tensor Analysis on Manifolds by Bishop

- Differential Geometry by Kreyszig

- Tensors, Differential Forms, and Variational Principles by Lovelock

- Differential Geometry by Guggenheimer

- Differential Geometry by Graustein

My book preference is:

- Book mainly for MATHEMATICIANS

- Has lots of contents, but not too hard for beginning advanced mathematics undergraduates

- Does not require too much point-set Topology (did not finish Williard Book Yet)

- Techniques used are generalized instead of being too specific

- Good notations (unlike Stuik's book)

- Has great learning value

If you have more suggestions (from dover, or anything below $25 US dollar),

can you help me? Thank you.

I am looking for a dover book on differential geometry,

but is hard to decide which ones to buy.

I am trying to get a (ONE) book NOT for PHYSISTS but for MATHEMATICIANS.

For now I am paying attention to:

- Tensor Analysis on Manifolds by Bishop

- Differential Geometry by Kreyszig

- Tensors, Differential Forms, and Variational Principles by Lovelock

- Differential Geometry by Guggenheimer

- Differential Geometry by Graustein

My book preference is:

- Book mainly for MATHEMATICIANS

- Has lots of contents, but not too hard for beginning advanced mathematics undergraduates

- Does not require too much point-set Topology (did not finish Williard Book Yet)

- Techniques used are generalized instead of being too specific

- Good notations (unlike Stuik's book)

- Has great learning value

If you have more suggestions (from dover, or anything below $25 US dollar),

can you help me? Thank you.