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Hi everyone, hope this is the right place to put this :)

I have just finished "Theory of Functions" Vol. 1 & 2 by Konrad Knopp. I'd like to continue with a book that picks up where the second volume it left off. (Especially would be nice is a more "modern" book)

The second volume is about multi-valued functions, riemann surfaces, the analytic configuration given rise two by 2-d polynomials, etc.

Ideally, it would be a book that assumes a working comfort with graduate level complex analysis and algebra, but is somewhat self contained (i.e. doesn't expect complete mastery of, say, algebraic topology). I'm open to all suggestions though.

Thanks :)

edit: links to internet resources would also be highly appreciated :)

I have just finished "Theory of Functions" Vol. 1 & 2 by Konrad Knopp. I'd like to continue with a book that picks up where the second volume it left off. (Especially would be nice is a more "modern" book)

The second volume is about multi-valued functions, riemann surfaces, the analytic configuration given rise two by 2-d polynomials, etc.

Ideally, it would be a book that assumes a working comfort with graduate level complex analysis and algebra, but is somewhat self contained (i.e. doesn't expect complete mastery of, say, algebraic topology). I'm open to all suggestions though.

Thanks :)

edit: links to internet resources would also be highly appreciated :)

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