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I am a first year physics grad student. I was curious to get some advice on some books. I only ever took real analysis undergraduate, and even at that sometimes I worry about how good my understanding is. I was curious to know what people think are good backs to learn real analysis and more importantly complex analysis (of which I know nothing). Also, I love Mary Boas's book on maths for physicists, but I am curious to know if there are any higher level books on math for physicists that one would recommend?

And are there any opinions on what the best book is to read if one wants to try to read about general relativity from no particular background in it beyond standard undergraduate physics education? Thanks.

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