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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Dear Physics Forum friends,

While vigorously studying Dugundji's Topology and Rudin's PMA, I found that the reference mentions the series of books written by N. Bourbaki, known as "Elements of Mathematics", and Dieudonne's Foundations of Modern Analysis. How are those books, specifically their treatment of the real analysis and topology compared to the books like Dugundji and Rudin. I always have been enjoying reading other books and articles, and I am very curious about Bourbaki and Dieudonne. Is there anything special about their exposition and problem sets compared to books I mentioned?

While vigorously studying Dugundji's Topology and Rudin's PMA, I found that the reference mentions the series of books written by N. Bourbaki, known as "Elements of Mathematics", and Dieudonne's Foundations of Modern Analysis. How are those books, specifically their treatment of the real analysis and topology compared to the books like Dugundji and Rudin. I always have been enjoying reading other books and articles, and I am very curious about Bourbaki and Dieudonne. Is there anything special about their exposition and problem sets compared to books I mentioned?