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I want to study differential topology by myself,

and i am looking for a clear book that emphesizes also the intuitive aspect.

I will be grateful to get some recommendations.

Thank's

Hedi

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I want to study differential topology by myself,

and i am looking for a clear book that emphesizes also the intuitive aspect.

I will be grateful to get some recommendations.

Thank's

Hedi

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Milnor, Topology from a differentiable viewpoint. Guillemin and Pollack, Differential Topology.

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mathwonk

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agreed. the milnor book is by the master, and the gp book is written for advanced undergrads.

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Milnor's book indeed. As with all of Milnor's books the proofs are deceptively simple. Watch out.

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Thank's a lot

Hedi

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