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Does anyone have a recommendation for a book(s) to use for the self-study of real analysis? I have just finished Apostol Calculus, Vol. 2 and would like to move on to real analysis. I am not sure whether I should continue following Apostol and move on to Apostol mathematical analysis or something else. I have been looking at other real analysis books such as Rudin, Pugh, and Abbott. I know that Rudin is the most used textbook, but I'm not sure it's suited for self-study. My current plan is to do Abbott and then move on to Rudin. Would this be a good course of action?